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We woke up to another foggy day ready to do It all again. The kids were excited to get back on the water and it looked like perfect conditions, the water was like glass. Dad was chosen as the accompanying adult as he is the " fun parent". First was lachie and Dad on the tube the pace was set pretty fast and I was desperate to see a stack I was not disappointed. A ...
... lt;b>January 31 - Day 4: Journey to the Upper Galilee/Golan </b>After breakfast, we will leave Haifa and drive north along the coast to the northernmost point of Israel at Rosh Hanikra and descend by cable car into the limestone Grottos below. It is also the Israeli and Lebanese border. We will drive along the Pastoral Hills of the Galilee towards the Golan Heights to visit Banias, one of the sources of the River Jordan and the site of ancient Caesaria Philippi, where ...
... of kitchenware in sight to cook with or eat off. We went to ask the owner and he said they don't supply it... thats a new one for me! So over the road to subway we went for our dinner!
The next day the sun was shining and it was time to explore the city. The bus stops right outside our motel and goes straight into the city so that was very handy. Our first stop was to the car rental place as we were meant to pick up the car at 11am but we wanted to check ...
... years ago when we first came to Smolensk and had no idea of the signs on our apartment entrance that warned us of no water for a few days.....That took us by surprise and we had to find ways to get water even to flush the toilet. We are living in a little old house so we were not warned that someone would be working on the water pipe. Its funny, it is the little things in life that challenge us most. We take so many things for granted in the west. That is not the case here. ...
... now inside me. Not just
as visual memories. But as an integrated experience of beauty and sanctuary.
As I went through the recent years, and especially the last
few weeks of paring down, storing, and dispersing my material life, I had the
opportunity to know the various meanings of each object, its relative importance
to my present and its possible value in my future. Sure some things are