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... in the water for a "holy" pedicure! This was one of the most entertaining experiences ever! Check out the video ;-)
It was an excellent day and I saw so much of northern Israel from the bus. I returned home exhausted and quite pleased with the day!
Words for the Day:
"Be patient with yourself. Self-growth is tender; it's holy ground. There's no greater investment." - Stephen Covey
... I floated without hands or feet in the water. The water was viscous and pushy. Every time I rolled slightly, the water continued to nudge me in the direction. It was surreal. I "swam" around for a bit, but it was difficult to stay in for too long as the water was hot and salty. Apparently it's extremely good for your skin and even prescribed (or "suggested") as a cure for things like psoriasis. I don't know if it cured me of anything, but it left me ...
... a National Park that has extremely large warm outdoor pools. AAAAHHHH.... how nice swimming in this natural area felt on this HOT day and on the sore muscles. After finishing up my swim I made it further down and west of the coast to Afula then finally onto Jerusalem where I was greeted with a nice shower. Then a beautiful enjoyable concert by the http://www.whiffenpoofs.com/.
I close out my day ...
... more sticky clay back towards the carpark on our increasingly heavy boots. Hoses and scrubbing brushes are a thoughtful touch and the hire car remains surprisingly clean as we get back in for the next stage of the journey. Distant army bases and signs warning of tanks remind us how close the Syrian border is but all is peaceful as we drive through deserted countryside. Finally, we are at the foot of ...
... to the nearby town of Cana to celebrate weddings. It's certainly changed now.
Talking of Cana (note the seamless segue), it was our next stop to visit the church built on the supposed spot of the wedding house (an olden times reception centre) where Jesus performed his first miracle by turning water into wine. We saw original wells, the remains of early buildings, and some earthenware pots dug up close by. Again, it was a beautiful church - much smaller than Nazareth. ...