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... every way possible; hiking, jeep 'safari', boat and even paragliding. To be honest, I kind of don't blame them - the regular touristy bit of town, the old town, was small and lacked the usual charm. The market was nice, but alienating unless you were ready to pay. The marina, largely the same. I must admit though, it was a great town to get around on by bike - long and intact bike paths all the way around the centre of town. We did take a punt and go on a boat tour. ...
Today I heard that Israeli soldiers invaded the town of Beit Jala, near Bethlehem. I remember this town. I don't think it was far from the youth cultural center where we met. I was in the circle playing games underneath the veranda with the children. You were on the outside of the circle. Your smile full - illuminating a joyous and serene presence. It was clear you were older than the others; Your English, was more ...
... restaurants). One
appetizer was cauliflower soup which was so good!!!! I asked the waiter if I
could just have the soup because I wasn’t feeling well and it was really good.
He brought the manager over, who made sure I was okay and said he would get me
anything I needed. The rest of the food looked really good but it looked like a
lot of the same food we had been eating all week. When they brought out the
main dishes, they brought out ...
... a gigantic region-wide dust storm that blew in off the Sinai the likes of which no one had seen in their lifetimes.
My visit to the BaHa’i Center and Gardens took place on the day following my arrival in Israel. By the way, Haifa has traffic. Actually, Israel in general has traffic, the result of a small, densely populated country with many automobiles. They have built many new highways and improved their transportation system dramatically ...
... heading in with the bulk of the group returning home.Dinner was a time to say thanks to Orit,Kelvin,Aharon and Avi and farewell to our fellow travellers .Aharon was presented with the cricket bat used at the picnic, on it we all had written our names.The bat had been whittled from a piece of wood found at the site. • The bus was leaving at 0230 ,so we tried to get a little sleep , we probably will never to return to Israel,but it has been worth ...
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