After my six days in Beit Alpha in the north of Israel (i.e. a two-hour ride from the center), I got on a bus out of the absorption center en route to Beit She'an, then a bus from Beit She'an to Jerusalem, and now I'm riding a third bus to family in Kfar Chabad.
Today, for me, is יוֹם שֶׁל נְסִיעוֹת (yohm shel ne-see-OHT) - a day of travelings/journeys.
לִנְסוֹע (leen-SOH-ah) is the basic Hebrew word for to travel. This is the generic word used for any travel taking place in a vehicle, though other words are used for more specific forms of travel, such as by sea or by air.
Ehud Banai's song, מַמְשִׁיךְ לנסוע (mahm-SHEEKH leen-SOH-ah) - continuing to travel - is about moving on from cold or heartbroken places, towards... well, to wherever the journey takes him.