Armon Yam Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... kibbutz called Gat where a family friend was kind enough in putting me in contact with a lovely family there. I found it a real struggle going from such a fast-paced, lively environment with people around me to being alone in the middle of nowhere. The family I was staying with, the mother was away, children away and father was at work. This wasn't the case for my whole time here but it was for the beginning. My lack of sleep caught up on me ...
... were occasionally filled with water for the purpose. We took the time to reenact an IBEX the Herd gladiator competition and had a lot of fun team wrestling.
Not too far away, at Beit Guvrim National Park, we explored a Columbarium, Tell Maresha, an ancient house, the Bell Caves, and a burial cave. The columbarium was gigantic and housed upwards of 2,000 pigeons for the purposes of food, fertilizer, and sacrifices. Tell Maresha also goes ...
... artifacts today, including a bone blade, some pink coral and a piece of iron. I especially like the bone blade, it was very smooth and well worked.
Apart from all this, the day was normal. The new hotel is serving us very well. I like being the unofficial assistant square supervisor. It allows me to learn more and make my own hypotheses about the space. I have to think critically but it is very fun. I can't get ...
... spoke loudly in English, trying to get our attention. Then I saw one of them standing almost in front of some of them when they were sleeping and just stare. It was funny to watch him be a stalker.
Halfway through the season, back to digging ...
The beginning of Week 3. The day went by quicker than expected. Our square found a few little things like metals and I even found some red ochre (a kind of ancient coloring/dye). I articulated a wall with a stone foundation. Joel thought there was a piece of a surface along it and had me trace it but I could only find a little bit of one, and I'm not sure it was a surface. I did some OCHREing as usual and I decided to put on some music for our square. ...