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... able to
take water directly from the spring and drink it as it was extremely
clear and clean water. The water issue in Israel was pretty bad for
years, but recently they have started to use technology to reuse waste
water so that they don’t rely on nature as much as others. In addition
to the water there is an old fortress that was ...
... and a great many rabbis", "the evil genius of the Judean nation", "prepared to commit any crime in order to gratify his unbounded ambition" and "the greatest builder in Jewish history". He is known for his colossal building projects throughout Judea, including his expansion of the Second Temple in Jerusalem (Herod's Temple), the construction of the port at Caesarea Maritima, the fortress at Masada. We certainly saw what he had built at Masada (and ...
... containing a lot of beautiful buildings in the bauhaus style. With nice wide boulevards, it really has a great feel to it. From there, we moved on to the Sarona area, also full of interesting buildings, bars coffee shops and so on. It was set up by the Templars from Germany after World War I. A glass of wine or beer each in a beautiful outdoor setting and we were feeling very happy and relaxed. We then took a walk round one of the arts districts of Tel Aviv ...
... know what time to expect him. Just before we arrived at Orna's, she received a call from Nir and rejoined us visibly upset. He was not going to make it home today. He had just received his first assignment 'post-training' - 3 teenagers had gone missing, presumably kidnapped, overnight in the Hebron (West Bank) area.
After an indulgent lunch, Yaron and Chris went for an off-road cycle organised by Shahar. Shahar's dad, David, and ...
... walked for close to 4 hours! A little sustenance was required in the cafe at the base of the cable car terminal before we carried on. Chris ordered a pasta with tomato sauce and the rest of us had combos of felafels, shwarma (spiced meat), chicken schnitzel, salad and pita.
From Masada, we rushed to En Gedi Nature reserve,15 minutes away, to do a short hike. It was the eve of Shavuot (the Jewish harvest celebration) and ...