Dead Sea Spa Hotel
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... spot looking out at the cliffs opposite to read and remember the three temptations of Jesus. One of the group had already remarked that the next item listed, a visit to the Jericho Gift Shop, represented a fourth temptation! That proved to be the case. Yesterday the gift shop specialised in carvings from olive wood. Today the speciality was hand blown glass from Hebron. It was pretty special and I have lashed out and bought a set of ...
... pleading countenance that made him take pity on me! Hallelujah! He had one Sony NEX7 in stock with the exact same lens that I lost! Dance of Joy! We did up,the paperwork and I had my camera back....although...the battery charger is missing and. Something is not quite right with the shutter speed. So I will have to go back. Nonetheless, in the course of our conversation, he told me that he was the 3rd generation of his family to run that store; his grandfather had moved ...
After a long hot morning of walking amazing ruins, we headed for Sebaste way up in the barren hills of Samaria, and stopped in front of a scuzzy looking restaurant and souvenir shop where Jim said the food was great. I was prepared not to eat until I got to the door and saw Crimson Tide stickers on it. Turns out that the owner went to Alabama for college and his family now runs the ...
... are our future. What we give them today is what they will know tomorrow -- and they will build their lives on those principles.
Amidst teaching new values of self-worth, self-esteem, and the importance of books and learning for girls just as much as boys, Shirin visits each classroom to see what is being taught by her teachers. She visits their homes. She talks to them, and she listens to them. She wants them to believe in themselves.
... and were dropped off at our hotel for the night. Lee and I were both expecting a B&B, so we were very impressed when we showed up to our Park Hotel. It is in a good location, nice room, and free wifi. What more could we ask for??
We dropped our bags in the room and headed straight back out. We hopped on a tram to bring us back to the Old City and we entered through Damascus Gate. We walked through ...