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OK..so what a day! One way to describe it is that I have definitely learned that **** happens but you carry on! I got an early start and revisited the Mt. of the Beatitudes to capture the beautiful grounds and views. It is a very peaceful spot run by Franciscan nuns. Gazing down at Capernaum in the hazy morning light brought to mind an old joke: a teenage boy grew his hair long, so his father refused to let him drive the family car until he got it cut. The boy retorted," Jesus had long ...
... at large in ending the occupation and promoting a just and sustainable end to the conflict.
The Israel/ Palestine Center for Research and Information (IPCRI) was founded in Jerusalem in 1988 and in 2013 was renamed Israel-Palestine: Creative Regional Initiatives, as our focus has shifted in recent years to more on-the-ground, peace building work and public outreach.
IPCRI is currently is the only joint Israeli-Palestinian ...
... it. I bargained two objects at 4 different shops to see the price difference. The first shop tried charging me 55 shekels and the last shop I stopped at was the cheapest at 30 shekels and the nicest. When I entered the last shop he welcomed me but stopped at that... for those who don't realize the shop keepers will ask where you are from, what you are doing, along with any other questions to keep you around. When you try to say goodbye they will ...
... br> We took a path along the stream that did not go to the fort, but instead to a spring the fed the creek. There is even a little water hole where you can take a dip and have the British fish swim around you. If you're not squeamish and you sit still, they'll even come up and peck at your feet.
The hike was steep in places and was a very pleasant hike, but there were a lot of people on the trails.
... by speaking in Arabic. My best guess is that he also lives within the walls. We emerged in a portion of the city we had not yet visited, near the New Gate, which we had not yet seen. We were deposited with "his brother," and left to shop. Here, too, it was obvious that the shut off in tourists was really impacting the shops. The silver lining in all this is that we did find what we wanted and we got a "special price."
By the time we finished ...
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