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... walking up a bit, sometimes down a bit. Eventually the route dropped down and
away from this knife edge. I use the word route and not path because the way we
were meant to walk was well marked, but there was very little clear, hewn
path. Here, Mr Shvil Painter knew that
there was no room for him to be lazy. A misplaced marker could have very very
serious consequences. Eventually even Mr. Shvil Marker had enough of this, but
not before a sharp drop, which of ...
After doing some site seeing here in Israel, I wanted to take a little time to relax before stating my volunteer work. So I worked with a guy , Mike Connell, in the Marine Corps and he is working here in Israel. He set me up with one of his coworkers that had an extra bedroom. So I was kindly given a free place to stay with Jordan King. When Mike had to go back to work, Jordan was great and included me with his group of friends and brought me to hang out with them. The world is ...
... to get all the slat and oiliness out, we left on a much shorter bus ride to the bedouin tent where we were spending the night.
When we got to the bedouin tent, we had the chance to go on a camel ride and it was AWESOME! We picked out our camel because her lip was a bit floppy and was hanging down a bit and was super cute. We named her Droopy because of her lip, she was very nice and we had a lot of fun. While on our ride however, the camel behind us was very ...
... on a bus in the middle of nowhere and one of them just loaded his rifle. “FU*K that!” I thought. “What the hell is he doing? Why the fu*k did he load his rifle? Why is he not wearing uniform? Is he a Muslim terrorist? Why is he sitting next to me because he is going to kill me or he is going to shoot us all?” All these questions popped-up in my mind in just a second and no kidding, I was really frightened to death at that moment. One ...
... stick for Micah (mine doesn't work on her computer, we think because I registered it on mine), coffee for me (SO GOOD), and water and yogurt for Nancy and a Greek chocolate bar for me, yay!
Back in the room I just chilled, like every other day I think, watching Teen Wolf and an episode of Doctor Who (LOADING HAS TAKEN SO LONG TODAY ITS INSANE AND ANNOYING). No LSAT or Russian yet, aaand it probably won't happen tonight. Whoops. ...
Other places to stay in Beersheba
4 Henrietta Sold Street, Beersheba | 3 star hotelfrom $143