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... gate we saw a guy on a motorcycle. We motioned him to stop. I was ready to see him heft a ray gun or regard us with cold alien eyes. But he appeared pretty normal, and spoke English. Not terribly convincingly he told us that the goat farm was back out of the moshav, down the main road to the right, and “there would be a colored sign on a gate on the right side.” How far? “Four kilometers,” he said, this time with ...
... They were both very old and very unique in their own ways. Completely different styles in each, but the themes were still similar. But Tzfat is not only famous for candles and synagogues, they are also a wonderfully musical people. We saw an amazing performance by some local musicians playing instruments that we had never seen before, plus a guitar. I took some videos of the music which I will post at the ...
Well hello dear blog readers, and welcome to our second day of touring. Last night, after dinner, my roomie Pastor George and I went back to the room. He headed in for a shower, and I said "I'm going to lay down here for 20 mins, and then get up and do the blog." He said "You won't get up." I said "Yes i will." He said "No you wont." I said "Yes I will." It was an argument, is what it was. Finally I said "I'll get up when I hear you get out of the shower." ...
... them were pretty expensive, but I did get a few of the less-expensive pieces as gifts.
I headed towards Haifa, but the suburbs were full of traffic, the air was smelly, and it was pretty smoggy/hazy out so I didn't make it as far into the city as I wanted to. I'll tour more of Haifa a different time.
I then remembered a cousin telling my parents a while ago about how great Caesaria was. Because of that and also because I used to play ...
... away from the water and decided to head
back because we didn't want to miss the dinner that was being prepared for us
by Itter. Hitching back up the hill we were amused to discover that the young
guy who dropped us back was actually Itter's youngest son's best friend. It's a
small world in Ramot! There was only room in the car for three of us so Lianne
climbed onto Faillon's lap in the front seat and the poor driver's eyes just
about popped out of his head. ...
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