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... of the Holy Sepulchre. •On the way out of the city,we went to Aharons' house to meet his wife,Ariella.She had wanted to thank us for praying for their son who had recently been hospitalised due to a mysterious gut illness.Lee had bought a potted cyclamen for her. •Our drive south took us beside the Dead Sea.Jerusalem is 460 metres above sea level,the Dead Sea is 460 metres below.It took us just over 30 minutes to make this descent.Passed ...
Our plan from this point had been to drive the King's Highway from Karak, south to another Crusader castle at Shobak, and then further along the highway into the town of Wadi Musa, where Petra is located. I'd made this drive many times before, yet I placed too much trust in our GPS, which was a little unfortunate. There are two roads which run north-south in Jordan, between the port city of Aqaba on the Red Sea, and Amman. The King's Highway is ancient -- it's the ...
We all slept especially well, and the heavy darkout curtains belied the early sunrise. This was our morning to swim in the Dead Sea and get in some relaxation, before beginning the more arduous few days of the trip. We enjoyed the fantastic breakfast buffet at the hotel -- by leaps and bounds the best we had on our trip.
From here we worked our way down the multiple terraces, past pools and restaurants, and down to the actual beach area. As I ...
Twenty-five years ago, in January 1989, I left England, supposedly for three months to go working on a Moshav and decide what I wanted to do with my life. After three seasons on Moshav Ein Tamar; January - June, October - June and, after a year out, August - June, I finally tore myself away although only as far as Cairo where I finally managed to work out what I wanted to do ...
... of town, and so it was with a small smile on my face that we headed north towards Dana Biosphere Nature Reserve, where we would spend the next two nights.
The roads between Wadi Musa and Dana are clearly not major thoroughfares. Sometimes they are paved, but large stretches of them are dirt track, winding through a steep descent out of the mountains down towards the plain south of the Dead Sea. At the bottom, the road reappears, and here we quickly made ...