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... 8217;re all inside jokes, since I follow the Booker pretty closely Things I’ve lost so far:
- · reading glasses, my favorite pair, first day out, probably on the plane
- new LL Bean white boatneck t-shirt —I really need it too.
- · The remote control, but the steward always seems to find it
- · The day before I left, my new Visa and ...
... the waiter would replenish it, which meant that it was impossible to ever eat all the food that was put in front of us. Then came the main courses - various types of traditional middle eastern food. Fortunately we were smart enough to order only three dishes among the four of us, but even then there was plenty left over. Turkish coffees for Gil, Mira and Brian, then it was time to head home to pack and then sleep after another long and eventful ...
... to Tel Aviv.
We were really pleased to have seen Petra even though it made a very long day.
We passed through the border security quickly but at the security at the airport we were closely questioned about our trip - who we met, what we did, why a one day trip to Jordan etc. They also took our bags to put through the scanner and came back questioning the fact we had 3 cameras and a pair of binoculars. I hadn't wanted to take the binoculars in the ...
... we googled "Jerusalem" and "excitement" and "entertainment" and came up with an antegooglewhackblatt. (That's the term when you search google and get no results. It's hard to do - just try it) So giving up on that thought, we started with a wander through the Old City market to pick up a couple of souvenirs. Came across a very noisy procession of about 100 people singling and dancing and blowing rams horns, as they escorted a young jewish boy through the city to the wailing wall ...
... are illegal, how are the settlements different from any part of Israel?" Conversely I spoke to a young IDF soldier in a hostel in Tel Aviv, and he said that "Judea and Samaria (the West Bank) is the source of the Jewish people, that is where we get our name from (Judah). So what claim do we have on Tel Aviv if we have no claim to Judah, Hebron, and Shiloh?"
It's these type of views, in my opinion, that are fueling the unrest from both sides. However, one side ...