Petra Hotel & Hostel
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After a relaxing afternoon, we went to a nearby park to play some games and get to know each other better as a group. We then walked to the Old City, where the teens enjoyed some shopping time and dinner. We then went to the Kotel (Western Wall) for the first time, learned about its history and significance, and then took some personal time to visit the wall. Before departing, each participant took time to reflect and write a ...
I am staying inside the old city, just inside the Jaffa gate. Called the Jaffa gate cos it is the road to Jaffa. When I got here I met my new best friend. An Armenian bloke called John. He sells all kind of rubbish and does tours to all parts of Israel. After I checked in he found me trying to sneek out and I went to his shop to drink tea and haggle. He offered me a tour for 4 days for 8000NIS. That is about $2100. I told ...
... that residents got the fare cheaper, so used another lady's residency card for our tickets, and saved us 15 shekels, making that trip 15 shekels each N.Z$5
When we got back to Jerusalem ...
Monks pass in black robes before whitewashed
Patches erase past mistaken erasures, corrections
Replaced on the wall. Holes are blasted
Coughing fine powder out in harsh explosive smoke.
Walls contain secret rooms we want to believe in.
The way skulls contain the seeing, white smoke black powders and
Thoughts contain walls.
... important to another religious tradition that they cannot conceive of sharing it. Don’t believe the Jews who claim that al-Aqsa and the Dome of the Rock only matter to Muslims because Jews want to pray on the Temple Mount. It is hugely important in Islam. But it also true that politics plays a giant place in how politicized the situation gets on the Temple Mount, and that unscrupulous political and religious leaders have manipulated this most sacred site ...