Silent Arrow

Address: Mizpe Ramon, Israel | Campground
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    Long, spectacular day in the desert..

    A travel blog entry by sla514 on Jul 03, 2014

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    ... that was "baked" by heat from inside the earth's crust, which caused the sandstone to crystalize and take on the appearance of prisms or alternately woodchips. After this marvelous, exhausting hike, (oh, by the way, it was 100F), we drove to Sde Boker to Ben Gorion’s grave. The graves of David and Paula Ben-Gurion overlook a breathtaking view of the Tsin canyon and the Avdat highlands in the heart of the Negev. The path from the parking lot to the tranquil grave site ...

    Day 2: From Tel Aviv to the Sea of Galilee

    A travel blog entry by katemonster8 on Jun 17, 2014

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    ... Jonah ran away from God’s directions and ended up in the whale and later repented for his disobedience – hence Jonah is a big deal on Yom Kippur (Jonah, representing repentance), the holiest day of the year for Jews. FYI, Jonah was born in the town next to Nazareth. Elijah plays a huge roll at the Seder meal during each Passover. Elijah apparently is the “rock star” of Jewish prophets.

    After Mt. Carmel, we went to Nazareth,a very Arab town, where ...

    Feeling better and on my own

    A travel blog entry by csgrtadventure on Jun 07, 2014

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    Woke up this morning so much better . . .

    Mark is off to work and I'm on my own for a few hours. I think he thought I was kidding when I started to take notes on how to get to the park or some cafes. Little does he realize how directionally challenged I am. . . I have his phone on speed dial just in case. . . .LOL

    As with many things in life . . .if one way doesn't work try another. I had ...

    Camping at Ramon Crater

    A travel blog entry by leonajim on Apr 11, 2014

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    ... 500ml of fresh squeezed juice, coffee, a small loaf of bread with spreads and then dessert - muesli, fruit and yoghurt and pancakes. The other was an Israeli Breakfast which had Shakshuka (eggs fried on mixed, chopped tomatoes with onion and garlic) as the egg option. We made some sandwiches with the extra bread and salads. Then took our coffees to walk along the beach.
    Naor met us and we made our way south towards the ...

    Never Hike in the Desert

    A travel blog entry by rvenezia on Apr 03, 2014

    14 photos

    ... done hiking five times in my life. We did something called the Columbia lookout, named for the space shuttle that disintegrated in 2003. The reason the lookout exists in Israel, was because one of the crew was a famous Israeli pilot named Ilan Ramon. Ramon had taken part in the 1981 Israeli attack on the Iraqi Nuclear Reactor, a mission none of the pilots were supposed to return from. Ramon survived as did all the other Israeli pilots. However, Israel did ...