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... or grammar errors. Please correct me in the comments and I will be sure to diligently adjust them. Also, if my writing ends up sounding kind of dry, I, again, apologize deeply. For quite a few years, I had been writing a bunch of papers using vague, dull clinical terms and my writing has just really gone downhill when it comes to being entertaining or descriptive. Please check back tomorrow to see how my first day of travel ...
... just south of Tel Aviv for a beautiful panoramic view of Tel Aviv and to see the ancient narrow streets. We will leave Tel Aviv and drive north along the coastal Plain of Sharon, the old coastal road - the Via Maris, which linked Egypt and Babylon, as we journey towards Galilee. Our first stop will be the ancient city of Caesarea, built by Herod the Great and once occupied by Roman rule. Caesarea is also where Pontius Pilate had his base; where Cornelius lived and was ...
... of polish and our one brush and rag. It was safe to say
that the veteran Seattle shoe shiner had some very pleased customers when he
was done. Seb felt and looked like the fanciest man in downtown as we made our
way back to our hostel.
Outside on the corner of our hostel was the first street
beggar to really capture my attention. He was wearing a fuzzy beanie and held a
cardboard sign that said “Need money to **** a *****.” I laughed for so long,
... gained 2400 feet in elevation, thankfully we started at a reasonable 3100 feet above sea level. Once at the
top we were treated to amazing views including Mount Rainier in the distance which I was informed is quite rare given the typical weather. Getting down off the mountain presented an interesting set of circumstances as my three companions all had skis and I didn’t. To get down I had to glissade, ...
Wednesday morning was a rush of last minute errands and details. Ruth and Kidist didn't make it home until about 1AM the night before (following Ruth finishing her finals, picking up Kidist and driving home). Everyone was up fairly early rushing too and fro.
The first goal was getting everything into suitcases and the suitcases into the car. I really didn't want to have to strap anything to the top, so I was very happy to see ...