On the dry, dusty West Bank the cities are packed tightly together - the Palestinian Territories are tiny - but as a result of all the Israeli checkpoints, a short trip quickly becomes unnecessarily long. Even so, Palestinians from Nablus, Hebron and Jerusalem are willing to make the agonisingly long journey to visit Funland. From the outside, the amusement park looks like a concrete fort with a Ferris wheel. The park’s concrete wering towers above its surroundings. At a nearby army base, Palestinian security forces survey the scene from watchtowers. The Ferris wheel offers a sweeping view of Jerusalem and the long, snaking separation barrier, which at some points runs right past Ramallah.