Ein Gev Holiday Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the finish of the Old Testament . They were found in one of the caves in the mountains of Qumran in
After the film we emerged into a reproduction 'cave' with displays concerning the scrolls, and outside there was more to look at outside, with the caves in the distance.
Through the dusty, windy desert we travelled onwards. we were awed be the barrenness, and the isolation of this wilderness, and by the majesty of ...
... or so, we knew that we needed to pace ourselves, so we did. We were then offered a choice of soups, but decided they'd be too filling. Next came a fish platter for each of us comprising generous pieces of salmon and a widely available local fish called St Peter's fish. We hadn't tried it before and found it to be very enjoyable. By then we were well and truly full and were contemplating whether maybe our stomachs could accommodate a small portion of dessert. Next ...
We had an easy day today. Because of all the positive feedback they always get about being in Galilee, Rodney wanted us to have some free time this morning to just enjoy it. We had a later breakfast than usual and checked out of the accommodation. The plan was to allow those who wanted to have a swim while others had a walk or just sat back and reflected. We went to the place where we were having lunch a couple of hours later as we expected to be able to have a swim ...
... off in the river for the baptism of pilgrims. There was also a shop selling holy water from the Jordan river. The irony is that the baptism of Jesus took place further downstream at Qasr el Yahud (Arabic for 'Castle of the Jews) but its location was politically unstable being in the West Bank. It was prudent to move it to a safer place! As we were leaving the venue, we observed one of the tour bus drivers rolling up his prayer mat ...
... of people handing out fliers. The streets were coated in papers like it had just snowed information.
I also wasn't super-pleased with the organization of the buses outside the festival. There was no signage telling people where to go. The cops and guards kept giving out misinformation. It took me quite some time to finally figure out where the buses were actually loading. However, the nice thing was that all buses were free, and they ...