Travel Blogs from Jericho, Palestinian Territory

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The Country Home, Jericho, Palestinian Territory travel blog

The Country Home

A travel blog entry by mcantrell83

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... pilfered and used for scrap by god only know who.  I was not a fan. As we descended into the city of Jericho, we passed through a checkpoint reminding us Israeli citizens were not allowed into the city since it was under Area A.  Entering the ...

Dead Sea and Jericho, Jericho, Palestinian Territory travel blog

Dead Sea and Jericho

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas

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... stopped at a pull off at Sea Level.  We got drinks and mine was a passion flower slushy and delicious.  There was a Palestinian or Bedouin there with his camel both all decked out in traditional dress.  Many of us paid 5 sheckels to have ...

Jericho adventure - Jerikoi kalandok, Jericho, Palestinian Territory travel blog

Jericho adventure - Jerikoi kalandok

A travel blog entry by izabellcs

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... cool guy, someone who likes talking and likes doing crazy things. He takes me to the only place where I can get Palestinian beer – a good end of my Jericho day. So today I enjoy the wide selection of fruits we have at home, we come to the museum ...

Jericho & Jordan River, Jericho, Palestinian Territory travel blog

Jericho & Jordan River

A travel blog entry by frawldog

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... ;where someone climbed up to look out for Jesus and met him when Jesus came to him. Just a short 10 minute drive from Jericho is Al-Maghtes.  This is one of the two sites where they say Jesus was baptized on the Jordan River.  It ...

Barriers, Jericho, Palestinian Territory travel blog

Barriers

A travel blog entry by vanivan

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... such a contentious world issue: Israeli settlements, illegal under international law.  Orthodox Jews come into the Israeli-occupied Palestinian Territory and simply set up shop.  (They simply believe they're doing God's will.)  He pointed ...

Size doesn't matter, Jericho, Palestinian Territory travel blog

Size doesn't matter

A travel blog entry by crazycanuncks

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... fodder now, compared to the once very impressive and imposing fortresses. Again nothing is too big for God! We travelled to Jericho, the oldest continually inhabited city in the world unitl the Judeans conquered it as it is mentioned in the Bible songs ...

Loving People and Being Loved in Jericho, Jericho, Palestinian Territory travel blog

Loving People and Being Loved in Jericho

A travel blog entry by erincastillo

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Today, a fellow intern and I joined Living Bread International Church in their weekly trip to Jericho.  Living Bread International Church has a local body of believers in both Jerusalem and Jericho, and the weekly services in Jericho are on ...

Last and final installment--conclusions, Jericho, Palestinian Territory travel blog

Last and final installment--conclusions

A travel blog entry by juanitobosque

Day 27 June 2, 2012 Well, today we do nothing. It is our last day, we leave at midnight tonight, so we decide not to take the optional tour—not to see more ruins, and instead decide to relax, pack and reflect on our journey.  After a nice ...

Renouvellement de visa, épisode 1, Jericho (Ariha), Palestinian Territory travel blog

Renouvellement de visa, épisode 1

A travel blog entry by stereotype

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Dans n'importe quel pays "normal", les étudiants en mobilité académique n'ont aucun souci à se faire pour leur visa. Mais la Palestine n'est qu'une région occupée par un Etat étranger, Israël. Et Israël n'est pas un pays "normal". C'est pourquoi ...

Nov 23, 2010, Jericho, Palestinian Territory travel blog

Nov 23, 2010

A travel blog entry by rennie-brewers

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Intifada intim, Hebron/Al Khalil-Arroub Camp-Jericho, Palestinian Territory travel blog

Intifada intim

A travel blog entry by juttachris

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Off to Jericho, Jericho, Palestinian Territory travel blog

Off to Jericho

A travel blog entry by juanitobosque

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... pleas for peace.  There are many large posters, telling of incidents of abuse or cruelty by the Israeli soldiers against the Palestinian people—most are written in the first person.  It is a very sobering barrier. Back in van we drive to ...

Jericho - Totes Meer - Jericho, Jericho, Palestinian Territory travel blog

Jericho - Totes Meer - Jericho

A travel blog entry by achim

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... , dass es hier zwar ein paar Straende gibt, aber keine Uebernachtungsmoeglichkeit. Das heisst, nach dem Schwimmen zurueck nach Jericho. Im Toten Meer schwimmen wollte ich schon immer, seitdem ich im Erdkundeunterricht davon gehoert habe. Es ist wirklich ...

Où j'ai appris ce que veut dire

Où j'ai appris ce que veut dire "avoir chaud"

A travel blog entry by stereotype

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Moi qui pensais avoir chaud à Jérusalem et à Ramallah, je n'étais pas au bout de mes peines ! Vous m'en voyez désolée, mais je n'ai quasiment rien à dire sur Jéricho, étant donné que nous n'avons fait que passer. En effet, la ville est toute ...

Jericho Trip, Jericho, Palestinian Territory travel blog

Jericho Trip

A travel blog entry by erincastillo

Today, a few of us went to Jericho primarily to encourage and worship with the leader of a house of prayer there.  We also visited a few key places in the city, and I learned so much about Jericho.  Not only is Jericho the place where the city ...

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