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... an incredibly rocky country, there are building materials everywhere!
Also here were the ruins of Herod's palace, which was a great building. complete with a swimming pool. We all know about Herod, and he certainly didn't spare himself. Another of his
building will come up later. Nearby was the hippodrome where horse and chariot races took place. It seated 10,000. The amphitheatre seated 3,000.
There's a ...
Ashkelon is no longer an option. That's the bad news. The good news is there are options: go home or dig at another site up in the north. Some feel safer returning home, but I'm staying.
So on to the events of the day. Our first stop was the ancient city of Gamla. It was built on a tall hill in the Golan Heights. It was taken by Jewish rebels in 66 AD when they fought against Rome and they fortified ...
... for dinner, while Frank and I broke out the tequila and made some margaritas. Forgot to mention that they brought 10 limes with them, as we cannot find any here, go figure.
It has been a fine day, with great friends. As I am finishing this, the three are giggling and deciding on another bottle. Tomorrow we are off to plant some trees, go to Safed, Har Bental, and around the Kinneret. The adventure continues. Shalom!
... experience. I felt like I should be nervous, on guard, or maybe just outright scared, knowing some of the history of the region (very hard to know it all!) and being a stone's throw from Jordan too. Mostly what we saw while driving were small villages based around fruit and vegetable farming outfits, many in large greenhouses. There were also a few palm plantations, oases of green in the middle of the desert. It turned out that there ...
... see lush green on the horizon. As you get closer you can see the palm trees take shape and can imagine the overwhelming feeling of relief and refreshment you would of felt after walking in the desert. This is a 20-30 minute hike up into the mountains to get to the approximately 150 foot waterfall by the cave, which is believed to be where David hid from King Saul. Breathtaking views and multiple waterfalls adorn this lush area. As we were getting back on the ...