David Spa & Resort
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... We all sat together drinking tea and I was conscious of speaking very slowly and also it tested the limits of my very limited Arabic but it was an amazing experience and I was also treated to a local dish of Kousa Makhshi, eggplant/courgette stuffed with minced meat and rice. After the usual photo shoot (men only, photos were not allowed of the women) the nephews and Ahed (which coincidentally is Matthew in Arabic) then drove me up to the village ...
... planet. It is a scary thought that you are so low, but luckily the nearest sea is around a three hour drive away, and I wasn't there for too long.
Getting out in a lovely 27˚C, I took a short walk to the public beach, and then took a dip in the Dead Sea itself. The feeling is quite sensational, as even in my tiny frame you start to float immediately, and in any position you fancy - arms spread out, ...
... trip to the Dead Sea takes you trough the Zin Canyon area again and through Canaan land, the promised land. The resort it's at front of the Dead Sea, and also has a spa with hot pools with water from the sea, so you get to float too. Speaking of floating in the Dead Sea, is one of the coolest things in the world! It's amazing and so much fun how you almost lose control of your legs and they just go up. You need to lean your upper body front to recover your standing position. ...
Shortly after 7:00am this morning, the bus wheels started rolling. This time I made sure I left with a Camelbak filled all the way to the top; I didn't plan on running out of water by accident. We drove for about an hour to En Gedi, the #1 fresh water oasis in the Judean Wilderness. On the way there, Bill gave us a lecture on the major events that occurred in the area so that we would have a better understanding of what we were going to see and because ...
OK..so what a day! One way to describe it is that I have definitely learned that **** happens but you carry on! I got an early start and revisited the Mt. of the Beatitudes to capture the beautiful grounds and views. It is a very peaceful spot run by Franciscan nuns. Gazing down at Capernaum in the hazy morning light brought to mind an old joke: a teenage boy grew his hair long, so his father refused to let him drive the family car until he got it cut. The boy retorted," Jesus had long ...