Armon Yam Hotel
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... their way but close enough to watch. It took a while for the couple to arrive, but once they did it was a fun proposal. The lady guessed what was going on as she walked up, face-palmed with her water bottle, and then said yes! Once that was over, we explored the site and checked out the six main archaeological features: the one-million-gallon cistern, the western breach point, the synagogues, ...
... always on my toes in egypt, having to plan out where I was going, researching what's a fair price for transport, dodging hustlers, etc... Israel has been the opposite, I happily wander around like a lost lamb and I've only felt safe. The other people in the hostel say they've seen the iron dome shoot down rockets in the tel aviv area, said it looks like a firework show. I haven't seen it though. Neither have I heard a single siren. Attractions here don't have many tourists ...
Like a tadpole becoming a frog, I am becoming an OCHRE Whisperer (Label Guru to some). Today I worked on OCHRE/assist Joel 97% of the time. I helped carry buckets sometimes and picked for a minute, but that's it. I am transforming from average volunteer to unofficial assistant square supervisor. As this is the case, I thought it might be a good idea to outline for you what I do as OCHRE Whisperer:
Pottery is collected in buckets. These ...
... you will probably end up find everything little thing funny and perhaps enter into a good kind of hysterics. I'll go with the light side. Although, I almost went mad today scraping the top surface of a mudbrick wall looking for the mortar lines between each brick. It took me almost all day, and I found out later that all the scraping was unnecessary because if I had just waited for it to dry ...
... 160;It turns out he knows the head of the Ashkelon dig, Dr. Master, as well as a supervisor named Josh, plus he even knows Dr. Price and one of my professors from Johns Hopkins, Dr. Lewis. It's crazy! I guess the Biblical archaeology world is pretty small and I'm meeting everyone in it. After that, we stopped at the store for some lunch and then went to see another friend who runs a shop in the Old City near the Jaffa Gate. We stayed there for a ...