Neve Shalom/Wahat al Salam/Oasis of Peace

Near Latrun Interchange, Jerusalem, Israel | Hotel
Prices starting from $140.00

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Day 18

A travel blog entry by camosami

... one square meter and three square meters. When a new area or unit is excavated it too must be cataloged. Geographic imaging (or GIS) is also involved. The highest and lowest points in a unit must be measured with surveying equipment, and cataloged. As must the heights of buckets. I also assist Joel in other things. All these things I must put into the computer on site. I am probably over simplifying this and/or leaving something out of ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by camosami

... delightful. Otherwise, it was a pretty normal day.
Alana is healing after being picked in the arm. Today I noticed that I have a far amount of cuts and bruises myself as well as an awesome sandals tan and farmers tan.
Not much to tell today, another day - another dollar. Or in our case, another day - another trowel. Or ...

The Day Before the Day Before Day 1

A travel blog entry by camosami


... looted. I'm hoping that the destruction layer will yield both a body of two and lots of stuff, from everyday materials to valuables. If so, this area will be action-packed. The final piece of news was that because I'm a veteran digger I'll be paired with a graduate student to shadow or assist or be mentored (I'm not sure which). It feels good to know that I've done this before, I suppose I'll have the same feeling in the fall when I'm ...


A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... packed on Fridays because everybody is preparing for Shabbat. By the time we were there, prices were dropping by the minute as vendors were trying to finish their sales and go home. This is where locals go to find incredible cheeses, ripe berries, and fluffy challah. I wasn't hungry, but am easily tempted by all the bakery stands. I ended up having a delicious nutella pie and some knaffe. When we were done buying food for dinner, we headed in for the night.

Smugglers and Rooftops

A travel blog entry by nellieva


... Pleas to unconcerned soldiers were universally ignored. The city was closed.

There is an entrance east, along the same wall, which leads to the Wailing Wall. Working on the assumption that they would not close off access to the Wailing Wall for Jews during Passover, we elected to walk that way, which involved a very convoluted backtracking of our steps, and several mouse-maze-like attempts to get back outside he outer wall. We finally found ...

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