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... bumper to bumper, car after car. Here driver Dave asked for some help. So slipping on the yellow safety vest that was in the glove box, I braved the traffic, standing on the road just like a policeman would do and held up the hand. Was such a great feeling to see hundreds of cars screeching to a stop.... and not one toot :)
Driver Dave then came out the car park, as I then held up the other side of the road, just with the hand! Quickly ...
... have a couple of lively and smart Swiss and Dutch students. We have one very small Romanian girl, who gets on well with everyone, carries the heaviest buckets and washes the most pottery. And we have a couple of volunteers who already finished their doctorate, clever people who sometimes have theirs heads in the clouds.
I hope this weekend will bring me some rest, to get over the flu and make some sense in my ...
Spent the 3rd night in Nazareth
Sea of Galilee for a boat ride, fed the birds, sang songs. Almost missed this because of the weather. So glad we didn't.
Driving, site where Jesus may have been baptized in the Jordan
2nd stop - Bet She'an city, roman city.
3rd stop - Belvoir , kokhav hayarden national park. Fortress on top of the mountain. Moat surrounded.
4th stop - baptisms in the River Jordan, our new friends Tracy and Kendell were ...
... I's taxi driver spoke very little English, but actually seemed genuinely interested in helping us get our bearings in the new country. I was surprised to find out that we passed through Deir Alla on the way up to Amman. If I had known the route further in advance I would have scheduled an opportunity for us to take off eastward to the sites of Penuel and Mahanaim. Another day, another dollar; maybe on the return to Beit She'an at the end of our trip we can fit ...
... he and the man at security, we were really getting sick of dealing with people in public transit. So we returned 10 minutes later and luckily had a different person to help us. He heard us and was much more friendly but told us that the computers were still down. They were open as late as 10 but we might want to wait an hour or so before returning. This put a wrench in our plan so we opted to just hang out by the beach and take the train back.