Almog Holiday Village

Kibbutz Almog, Aravot Hajarden, 90665 , Israel | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Aravot Hajarden


A travel blog entry by rodfricker


... to the possiblilty of seeing pelicans. However, like Gamla, we realised that, actually, we had seen some amazing sights. Catfish, turtles, parrots, water buffalo, a huge flock of eagles or similar birds of prey, cormorants in a palm tree, the kingfisher, Egyptian mongoose, a grey heron and an egret.

3. Ein Gedi
Ein Gedi is an oasis on the shores of the Dead Sea. There are two walks along desert streams to waterfalls. The most popular and famous ...

O little town of Bethlehem

A travel blog entry by salmorton01


... they believe the Torah forbids this. I also learned that they do not work and spend the entire day in prayer and studying the Torah and that they live on government handouts. They also do not believe in contraception so are breeding like rabbits. Apparently it is becoming a big political issue in Israel and creating a lot of resentment from other Jews. DEREK'S COMMENTS Today is the first day we spend in Jerusalem. A curate's egg today. The visits to the Israel ...

Neighborhood Pressures

A travel blog entry by maryandmarty


... 1000 years old, and Gethsemane gets his name from the olive trees and presses that were there in biblical times. In the garden is the quite beautiful Church of All Nations, staffed by the friars. Not surprisingly, there are several different postings on the Garden of Gethsemane in the group blog.

A full day. The return to a delicious dinner preceded by a convivial cocktail hour was much ...

A very long day in Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by ka-wing


... was a bus in the evening or not. And yes, they were right that there was no bus in the evening! I was advised to stay in Jerusalem until Sunday when the public transport would be resumed. Arrrrrr, I was not the lucky one. I had not got any information about hostels in Jerusalem. Fortunately, the very nice Israeli guy recommended a hostel, which was about fifteen minutes on foot from the bus station, to me. It was then the ...

Amazing Israel

A travel blog entry by globehunters


... s sake. The beach that we selected was all rocky, but we rented some lounge chairs. We met a couple of interesting people and ended up having political discussions; these types of discussions seem to be a very easy and natural for many Israelis. It was interesting to talk about the same topic with two people and hear such contrary opinions. That’s what makes Israel so interesting and complex. People are all very passionate, they are never shy to ...

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