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... water leaving the Seat of Galilee at the top is already a horrific colour, but there were a number of baptisms happening (and people lined up waiting to be baptised) so we left them to it.
We drove for about an hour through the valley until we reached Bethabara where we sat in the shade and discussed Christ’s baptism. Our new guide for the day, Angelina met us here too. ...
... More about our cottage. More about the niceness of Israelis. More about telephones and losing touch with our daughters until Melissa helped us. More about Emily’s birthday, and speaking with her, and speaking with Catie, and the joy of hearing their voices. More about food here. More about having no power in my laptop, fixing it, then blowing a fuse when I plugged in my laptop charger. Later, and more.
... are men with hearts of stone, and there are stones with a human heart.”
“HaKotel” was one of Yitzhak Rabin’s favorite songs, which makes sense. One of the most famous images of that war shows Rabin, Moshe Dayan, and General Uzi Narkiss walking in the Old City after its capture. It was an incredible moment in Jewish history, a reversal of the long heritage of dispersion and destruction.
In a statement he made at the Kotel ...
... and the Dead Sea pool
John - Masada
Sharon - Masada
Pam - Sde Boker
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We passed a sign informing us that we were crossing the 1949 Armistice Agreement Line. This was at the end of the Israeli war with its neighbouring Arab countries, and the line held until the June 1967 War.
... cisterns that were along the wall when the Arabs conquered Jerusalem. These cisterns catered to the inhabitants along the wall and are still intact today, but not used. We end up In the Arab quarter at some school and have a magnificent view of the Temple Mount where the Dome of the Rock now stands...what a shame. It is a beautiful site, however, but there should be the 3rd temple standing there now...I digress. Ok, so we leave the area ...