David Spa & Resort
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... USA time which I'm used to and always add 7 hours +2 (to make it military time) and not being awake I did this. For those familiar with time yes I always add 7 hours due to the time zone (0700) I only add the 2 extra hours after noon to make it (1900). I still had a little over an hour to get ready and luckily eat breakfast before I met up with everyone.
The day was filled with great conversation and great people. We first started out stopping at the sight where the ...
... of the evening sun shining on the red Jordanian cliffs on the East side breathtaking. We were fortunate enough to have this view for much of the way to Mitzpe' Shalem, the kibbutz started by Iris' cousin, Etti, and friends. We were dropping in for a quick cuppa on the way to our hotel.
By the time we arrived at the hotel, it was close to 2200. Iris and Yaron had to drive another hour to get home to Be'er Sheva.
... to change into. Needless to say, the groups we passed on the way back were much more subdued than those still approaching the waterfall.
The only wildlife on the walk, were some hyraxes and numerous Tristram's Grackles, a black bird with a distinctive brown stripe on its wings. However, the wildlife was waiting for us back at the car park and picnic area where animals and birds took advantage of the dropped crumbs. Here there were more hyraxes, ...
... where we were staying; she wasn’t feeling so good. “Oh,” Ron said, “she must be having headaches. It’s the low altitude.” He said that the first four times he came to the Dead Sea (he’s from the north of Israel) he had a headache for about a day. This is a very common experience for new arrivals, he said; it’s because of the extra pressure in the atmosphere. Interesting idea, but it didn’t make ...
... edge of the water, you can see that the salt actually extends out into the middle of the sea, at the bottom of the water, which is so saturated with salt that it can’t hold any more; the remaining salt precipitates out and covers the bottom, occasionally amassing into piles and mesas that poke out of the surface of the water at intervals. The water itself has an odd slimy texture; it doesn’t feel like water so much as some kind of ...