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... the Jordan River and into the Dead Sea, the Dead Sea is receding 3 ft per year which has created sink holes on the shoreline that average about 27 feet deep. To stop this, Israel wants to build a canal from the Red Sea to the Dead Sea and to de-salinate and share the water with Jordan.
· Before the Jewish revolt in 68 CE, Masada was the fortress-winter palace of Herod the Great. Besides fearing the Jews who hated him, ...
... of 'ribs on the bone' was not the same as ours! We both assumed that they were referring to a portion of ribs. Naturally, Chris and I swapped mains and we were both happy - Chris with the size of his serve and I with mine. Both steaks were very well cooked and tasty. The ranch style chicken wings and beef soup entrees were also tasty as was the freshly baked loaf of bread that came with our starters!
... thing you never saw before -- but we parked and made our way in to the castle. As with the one at Ajloun but on a larger scale, there were scores of tunnels, dungeons, and parapets to explore -- far more than that for which we had time or energy. It was from a guide here that we learned that the majority of tourists visiting Jordan come from Malaysia. That came out of left field, but it seemed to be confirmed by the tour groups we saw here in Karak, and later in Petra.
... We quickly left the clutches of Tel Aviv and headed straight south, like an arrow. Soon we were in the semi-arid countryside. After several hours we approached Be’er Sheva, which we had visited 27 years ago. We fondly remembered Ben Gurion University and the Bedouin market with its straggly camels. But the fondness wasn’t compelling enough for a re-visit. So we took a swooping bypass around the north of the city, and were now heading ...
... 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 ...