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... to be dozens of female voices, again coming from that same area. Struggling out of bed, we saw a lot of lights there, but couldn't make out what was going on. Was it a fish market or perhaps a vegetable market? We couldn't tell, and we still don't know what it was. After about an hour, the place went dead quiet and next morning we could see no evidence of whatever it was that had taken place. Fortunately, and despite these interruptions, we surfaced feeling a lot ...
... monks located the site of the old destroyed orthodox church and built a new one. Inside the mosaic floors appeared old but well preserved. At the foot of the altar of the church, one could see the mosaic of the fish and loaves of bread. Behind this, a little stone ledge was visible where Jesus is supposed to have stood whilst performing this miracle.
3km north of Tabgha, we stopped at a place called Capharnaum (site of ...
Generally, carp baits for summertime and winter times are different. Throughout summer, baits need to have a heavier odor, increased oil contents and even more animal compounds. These can easily work during warm weather however could not work too throughout cold weather. Carps are also thought about cold-blooded fishes, which just indicates that their particular choice on food changes depend on the water temperature level and period. A carp's ...
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To finish the day we were guests at a special dinner party hosted by the Boston-Haifa connection and the group of Haifa teachers we were staying with. The party was hosted at a new boutique hotel in Haifa and featured a drumming lesson taught by a partner of the Boston-Haifa connection that brings music instruction into the early childhood classrooms.
The next morning a large ...
... have been more of a miracle than I had thought. Jesus obviously turned a huge amount of water into wine - nearby shops are still selling it today.
By now it was dark and cold, so we drove to Tiberias and started the various motel drop offs. Being Shabbat (Sabbath), the town was deserted. Luckily the hotel was serving a buffet dinner or we would have starved. Even better luck was that the cost was included in our tour. Not sure how they could prepare or serve it, or ...