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We were told that our guide couldn't enter Jerusalem, so we'd have to pick him up on the other side of the border. I couldn't tell where the border was, but we picked up the guide at a bus stop.
He got on the bus, picked up the mic, and started speaking. At first, I wondered why he was speaking to us in Arabic, but I soon realized that it was just horribly accented English and a really bad mic. The parts of the introduction that I caught told us what we were going to ...
... A brief walk put us at Humus Ben Shira that
Xandy had been raving about and for good reason. A perfectly delicious late
lunch and then back to the St. Andrew’s.
Drinks and dinner in the German Colony – first a
nice café for some cribbage, then for sushi (I know, I know, but it was really
good) for a late and light dinner.
Kitchen Station is part of a new commercial complex in ...
... jews, so I planned not to disturb them… Leading me to ending up in the female section, which at least seemed to have made the day of some of them and bringing a smile to their face. By the time I realized it, it was to late and I tried to sneak my way out, creating as less attention as possible :-)… I watched the men for a while doing their almost physical exercise like rituals in front of the wall, turning their bodies left and right ...
... difficult as a convert to Judaism who feels a strong connection to the State of Israel to see the realities of the occupation up close. The total control over the Palestinians can be seen in Hebron, as their community is divided. The Palestinians are limited in what they can do, because they are under occupation and because they have fought that occupation with violence. Hebron brings out painful emotions inside me, because I feel that the Jews ...
Throughout researching for my trip to Israel, I made sure not to book anything in advance as I did not want to have to ask for a refund if denied entry at the border. So I waited to clear customs then thought about where to go. I was thinking of going to Jerusalem, but found the rates way to high to consider staying in (rates during Christmas get in the +$50 per person range even at "cheap" hotels). As ...
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