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... pulley system. It was all quite remarkable. Perhaps I can try this with my tomato plants next year? Next stop was Shezaf, a non-political settlement, as yet not officially approved, residential development. They have intentionally built a religiously pluralistic community where both secular & religiously observant Jews live in harmony. Currently, 15 young families, including 18 babies, live there. Five of these families hosted us for dinner under the sky. They were so welcoming ...
... you marvel at how every inch of available land is farmed and how healthy and fruitful the farms appear. We also learned that Israel's major money-making industries are technology`--patents, cosmetic products from the Dead Sea, tourism, and agriculture.
Our next official stop was at Dan, in northern Israel. Here our Moody guide read I Kings 12:25 ff We were reminded of Jeroboam setting up places of worship and sacrifice, and golden ...
... hats and side burn ringlets. Whereas the women looked almost the same as any other woman on the street but for the fact their clothing was more conservative clothing and they wore incredibly real wigs made with real hair (allegedly it had to be Jewish hair but this fact has not been confirmed).
After the desert, Jerusalem and our Tel Aviv holiday, and on our way down to cross the boarder into Jordan, we had 2 nights in Eilat. Eilat is a resort destination in the ...
... 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 ...
... walking up a bit, sometimes down a bit. Eventually the route dropped down and
away from this knife edge. I use the word route and not path because the way we
were meant to walk was well marked, but there was very little clear, hewn
path. Here, Mr Shvil Painter knew that
there was no room for him to be lazy. A misplaced marker could have very very
serious consequences. Eventually even Mr. Shvil Marker had enough of this, but
not before a sharp drop, which of ...