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... to look toward home.
In the afternoon, we went down briefly to the infinity pool and then read our kindles in the shade for a while.
One last gathering in the bar with a still smaller group of friends, some people having left the night before, followed by dinner, and then a nap in our room. I actually slept for an hour and a half before it was time to go down for our cab to the airport, which arrived promptly at 11:30.
Now that everyone is home, I wanted to share with you the video I put together for the delegation that we showed our last night together in the Dead Sea.
It was an honor travelling and experiencing the last 2 weeks with your children and I hope that they are starting to share with you the stories and experiences that they had.
... to cancel the Israel portion of our trip when we saw this.
Along the road we also had a brief stop to see Lot’s Wife salt statue which Biblical legend has it is the remains of Lot’s Wife (imaginative name) who was turned to sand when she looked back whilst fleeing the city of Sodom during its destruction.
From here it was onto our lunch and swimming destination at Amman Beach Tourism Resort.Lunch was a buffet of various Jordanian ...
... the floor! I love it-we float for around half and hour and then cover ourselves in mud from the floor of the sea! It has small grains in it which has the double effect of exfoliation! Following our hour in the sea we sit and read our books looking over the mountains of Jordan! It was a great and relaxing day. On the way back Adi decides to extend it with a visit to Jaffa old city port and ...
... entirely different building. Jonah introduced us to the temple, explaining the meaning and history of the mikvah. Any natural body of water can be used for a mikvah, and the tradition of purifying oneself has been a part of the Jewish tradition for thousands of years according to references in the Torah. It's a pretty simple process that basically involves stripping down, wading into a body of water, and submerging for a few moments. Certain prayers can be said as well. It is an act ...