Silent Arrow

Address: Mizpe Ramon, Israel | Campground
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This campground is located in Mizpe Ramon.
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    Travel Blogs from Mizpe Ramon

    From Dan to BEERSHEBA!

    A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Nov 05, 2014

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    ... and Jamie. Conversations, card games, etc. are hard to stay focused on in the bus because it seems like every five minutes our tour leader is announcing something. Sometimes it would be nice just to have all the talking at the beginning or end of the bus ride, but then again, that's why I'm here in the first place!

    Tel Sheva was the first site we visited today. Beersheba is nearby, and they were probably referred to collectively in most ...

    Long, spectacular day in the desert..

    A travel blog entry by sla514 on Jul 03, 2014

    39 photos

    ... 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

    1 comment

    ... killed, but the Israelites still did not change their “pagan” ways. Elijah had to escape into the desert. I won’t go into the theological underpinnings of the story, other than to say Elijah finally realized in the desert that God speaks in the quiet of one’s heart and touches people there and not by pyrotechnic displays. What strikes me as a Christian is how the Jews place so much weight on 2 bible stories that maybe I have just grown up thinking ...

    Sea of Galilee, Chorazin, Capernaum, Jericho River

    A travel blog entry by oomstravels on Jun 14, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... the sea for causing a little one to stumble" account quite visual.

    Lunch was at Peter's Fish House where we were served whole fried fish with the head, eyes, tail, etc. all still intact. Dad and I chickened out from eating one though... we had pizza. I know, we failed. :P Fred was the only brave soul.

    A drive to the Jordan River followed lunch. We witnessed many baptisms in the Jordan to members of our group. It was a ...

    Camping at Ramon Crater

    A travel blog entry by leonajim on Apr 11, 2014

    21 photos

    ... lifestyle. There were also flocks of sheep and goats being grazed along the road and camels. And of course the "Beware of Camels near the Road" signs - forget the kangaroos, I'd hate to hit one of them!

    We had another stop at a Sde Boker, the kibbutz where Ben Gurion lived kibbutz after his retirement and where he and his wife are now buried overlooking the Zin Crater. We had a walk to see the view and also saw lots of ...