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... of Jesus and Peter. Here you can see Jesus's synagogue made with the basalt rock and the "newer" synagogue made with the white stone.
Lunchtime! We stopped at a restaurant near the Sea in Tiberias for fish! For dessert, fresh dates (not dried) they were delicious!
Next stop - the River Jordan! We stopped where the river exits the Sea of Galilee and heads towards the Dead Sea. Here, I put ...
... I decided to get re-baptized in the river. I was originally baptized as a infant but have been through a lot in my life since and felt like I was able to personally make the discussion myself.
Gan HaShlosha was the last sight seeing stop for me today before I finished my travel back home. I choose this place purely off of reading about it in my hiking guide and knew I couldn't pass it up. Gan ...
... land I stumbled upon a heard of sheep and their shepherd. Needless to say how cool and gives me a true since of a shepherds job.
As the day went on my legs and body were starting to fatigue of the long first day hike. Yarok Az Ecolodge seemed like the perfect place for me to put my head for the evening, and upon arriving it was! The owner was a great guy and not only gave me a place to sleep but invited me over to ...
... Suprised that they did not ask one question, just looked at our passports and gave us our printed visa card. Maybe we look to honest.
Once we got our car, on we went to Jerusalem, to stay with Annette's cousins. We had a nice evening together. On saturday we met up with Steve & Andy's daughter Daniella and her husband Avi and 3 kids. We walked down into the village of Ein Karem, which is where Andy and Steve live. It is famous for ...
... impressive 13km aqueduct used to channel fresh water to the city. The story of Elijah was brought to life at Mount Carmel, with stunning views of Megiddo valley. Har (hill) Megiddo (city) - city on a hill - dates back to 2000BC, with 25 civilisations existing and destroyed over time up until 400BC, hence the word Armageddon! Evidence of all these levels of civilisation have been uncovered by archeologists (we picked up ...