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Today was a day to explore the city of Jerusalem. We began by entering the Lion Gate up the via Dolorosa to the St. Anne church where the pool of Bethesda is. It was here that Jesus healed the man who had been paralysed for 38 years. On the site are fantastic ruins dating back to roman times. There has been a church on the site since the third century, the present church is a ...
... with their tail feathers comically raised as they hopped about, a pair of beautiful Little Green Bee-Eaters and, most excitingly but very fleetingly, a Hoopoe.
For anyone visiting the Dead Sea area, Ein Gedi is a must but maybe not for the Dead Sea itself. A future entry will give more information about such matters.
The moral of the story: You may not see what you expect but you'll definitely see something interesting if you keep your eyes open.
We got bus 75 from Mount of Olives to Damascus Gate (Jerusalem) and then caught bus 21 from the bus station to Bethlehem. It took about 30 minutes and we didn't stop at the checkpoint (it appears that you only stop if you are entering Israeli territory from Palestine, not the other way round). As soon as we got off the bus we were greeted by the normal herd of taxi drivers, by this time we had made friends with a Norwegian lady called Christina and we all jumped in ...
... government and the Bedouin need to determine the best way to determine ownership of the land and treat the Bedouin people fairly. This is a complex situation with many factors to consider. This will become an issue for Israel very soon.
After dinner this evening, we explored the city of Jerusalem. It was a busy night with lots of young people at the bars. One drink and we headed home. Good night.
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