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With all our accumulating pile of possessions jammed into our two suitcases we bid our fond farewells to Brian's cousin Gil and headed off with Mira to collect our rental car. Mira was very helpful, going to a great deal of trouble, firstly to ensure that we were being properly looked after by the rental car company, and secondly to make sure that we didn't get lost while heading out of the city. It was then easy driving on motorways for the next couple of hours. Rather than ...
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Though I know many of my outdoorsmen friends are going to grimace when they read this... I am proud to say hiking the Jesus Trail in a cotton t-shirt was the smartest discussion of my life. Every morning I would soak my shirt in water and start the day dripping wet, this kept my body temp cooler which enabled me to hike better and decrease heat excursion risk. Within two hours my ...
Today we head off the Dead Sea which is the lowest place on the earth, 1200 feet below sea level. On the way we'll go through Jericho, the oldest city in the world. Gilboa where King Saul was killed, and the area where Gideon was from. Temperature at the Dead ...
... saw the future location of Armageddon (not the 1998 film), and the Mount of Transfiguration. We stopped at numerous churches, one with beautiful mosaic art pieces donning the walls, donated from different countries. Don't worry, the USA's contribution was the coolest. We saw St. Peter's house (an impressive site of excavated ruins), and an ancient house that was more like a maze ...
... of Samaria (in the north). These two kingdoms were political rivals and the differences in government led to differences in religion as well. As a result, the Samaritans practice "original" Torah practices such as animal sacrifice, Mezuzahs, and building a temple but not later Jewish practices such as Talmud study, studying Rabbinical texts, and not having a holy temple. The Samaritans revere a mountain called Mount Gerizim as their holy place and ...
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