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... even though it feels like a month, it's only been a few days and it's ok that I don't know the city well yet, or even how to get to school. It's ok that I haven't eaten as healthy as usual or exercised at all. It's ok that my office is still bare, our apartment is pretty bare too. It's ok that I haven't bought fruit and veggies from the street vendor yet and I haven't gone to see any of the tourist sites.
... but there were far more nooks, crannies, and dungeons than we could ever hope to discover. Given more time and a more stable situation in Syria, we would have headed a little further north to another Crusader castle -- this one at Um Quais -- which overlooks the Golan Heights of Syria, which Israel has occupied since 1967. We did not, though we would soon see evidence of the Syrian civil war.
... with the golden dome, there was not much to see; nevertheless it was worth the visit, even though non-believers / non-muslims are not allowed to enter the mosque.
I went back to my hostel, grabbed my stuff, checked out and had breakfast in the jewish cafe nearby before heading for the shared taxi to the Jordan-Israeli border. The border crossing itself turned out to be way ...
... of sticky, crusty salt off your skin. 5. Because the water of the Dead Sea is so thick, actual swimming is not really possible, and so the 'beach' also offers swimming pool facilities (especially more practical with kids). While we were floating, I had the opportunity to get to know Kristi a bit better. She had just come from working in the West Bank in a town called Nablus as an aid worker, which she very much enjoyed, but, because obtaining a new visa extension ...
... able to float effortlessly. The high concentration of salt made swimming a
danger. Any open sores would have been painful and water in the eyes would be
deadly. I felt the salty sting on my
mosquito bites. The bit that got in my
mouth required constant spitting. The water left a sticky gritty residue on the
skin that was easily rinsed away at the nearby showers. The salty water didn’t
smell at all of sulfur. Mahmoud
explained that ...