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

    Kibbutz Lotan and back - Steven

    A travel blog entry by weinerbezark on Mar 19, 2015

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    ... to speak, but with gruff and abrupt exteriors, no excess of helpful instructions anywhere, which seems to be how they perpetuate the pioneer spirit. But I am filling my pockets with experience, with hikes, with new ways of eating – a lot of salad, some fruit, amazing, with a feeling of opening to whatever time brings to us here, to whatever we can go out and find. Loving that feeling.

    Missing our daughters and friends this evening. Thinking of ...

    From Dan to BEERSHEBA!

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

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    ... Beersheba is, however, probably located underneath the large metropolitan city that still bears the same name. Tel Sheva is located in the biblical Negev, and its name, "Tel Sheva" is a play on words meaning both "seven wells" and "seven oaths." This refers to the accounts of both Abraham and Isaac's encounters with Abimelech at Gerar where they offered up seven sheep in order to establish a covenant/oath between the two of them because of a ...

    Wandering in the Wilderness

    A travel blog entry by divadeb88 on Nov 05, 2014

    98 photos

    ... Every meal was a feast for the eyes and palate. As we boarded the bus, we met up with some ibex who weren't the least bit concerned with us.

    Our first stop was the Ramon Crater in the Wilderness of Zin. Looking out across the immense expanse of this lifeless terrain made a big impression about the harshness of the land. Moses had to lead his people around this mess of a place for 38 years. I can ...

    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

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    ... Many of those enemies of the state were Christians. It was quite unexpected and solemn as Katie and I walked across the hippodrome ground where martyrs had died. Herod built a massive inner and outer harbor bigger than Piraeus and a palace with an indoor pool where the paranoid ruler apparently drowned relatives and political opponents alike. Outside of Caesarea, we stopped and climbed a Roman aqueduct that was in impressive condition.

    Mt. Carmel (home of the originators ...