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... Next, we visited a learning center of the Breslov branch of Hasidic Judaism and learned about mikvahs. The girls learned about the purpose and special nature of the mikvah, as well as when it is used and what it symbolizes in Judaism. They also took part in some meditation and relaxation. Meanwhile, the boys learned about the principles of the Breslov sect, which focuses on experiencing joy and finding meaning from life. Afterwards, they had the opportunity ...
... and mosques; all reminders of the city's conquerors and religions; from the Greeks and Romans to the Crusaders, Turks and British.
After lunch at a local restaurant, we drove north to Rosh HaNikra, on the border of Lebanon, where we saw a wondrous series of cavernous tunnels formed by the pounding of the sea on the white chalk cliffs.
... artists. We wandered in an out of artists' studios and galleries. There was an artist creating paintings with wax, another painted legs, feet and shoes etc. We spoke to another who had lived in Ein Hod for 29 years. She painted on silks and produced some interesting jewellery whilst her husband was a sculptor. On the way to the monastery at the top of the highest point in Carmel, we stopped at an Druze town, Dahlia el Carmel, for lunch - hommus, felafel, bread and salad. ...
Our morning started early, waking at 3:00am, so we could get ready and drive to Tel Aviv. Frank and Sarah arrived at 5:30am on their flight from home. They flew to London, spent the day in London, then took the night flight here. They arrived to a beautiful warm sunny day. We made our way back to Haifa, where they got all refreshed. After a quick coffee we made our way.
I had researched and found Kibbutz Lohamei ...
... had a special devotion time. We talked about how we often fail like Peter. Jesus calls us anyway.
Our third church of the day was the Beatitudes Church. Beautiful, with a garden and a spectacular view of the Sea of Galilee.
Lunch was at the Kibbutz Ein-Gev. Not great! In fact, a rip off. Nothing was particularly good and they charged us $20 plus a $3 diet coke!.
Then, we all boarded an old wooden boat and went out on the Sea of Galilee. ...