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... we found a giant cactus. I've wanted to try cactus fruit for a while, so we threw a couple at each other and then I opened one up and we all tried it. It was surprisingly like a combination of Dragon Fruit and Passionfruit. We ended up with quite a few tiny barbs stuck in tongues, lips, and fingers after that, but it was worth it.
Moving further up the valley from the spring and ruin, we ran into a very well protected barbed- and ...
... is involved in the field and understands the difficulties present with clinical studies and who grasps the significance of the work. I don't think I have ever flown on an airplane and talked with someone the ENTIRE time. It was really cool.
Tel Aviv – FINALLY...No More Airplanes
I finally made it to Israel! Hallelujah! Landing around ...
6:30 a.m. and we're wide awake, on our way to breakfast. Weather is sunny and 72 degrees. Today we go to Joppa where Dorcas was healed by Peters prayer. It's all also the place where Jonah ran from God and got on a boat and went to Tarshish. Also it is here that Peter received the vision of eating unclean foods in preparation of going to see Cornelius in Ceaserea. ...
... No picture can do justice to the size and fantastic work of carving that was done. To stand beside it and look up was amazing.
There are approximately 800 structures in Petra. The most famous is Pharoah's Treasure, a mausoleum.
Al Khazneh was originally built as a mausoleum and crypt at the beginning of the 1st Century AD. Its Arabic name Treasury derives from one legend that bandits hid their loot in a stone urn high on the second ...
I usually keep my blogs about my travels and feelings about the work I do, but this is going to be one that focuses on the living history that am I have witnessed in Israel over the past month and was one of the reasons I decided to stay in the country longer. Israel has a population of about 8 million people and since about 2007 has been inundated with refugees from Africa, most of whom are from the nation of Eritrea. Eritrea is called the "North Korea of Africa," with ...