Grand View Resort Petra
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... salt, it is impossible to sink. It feels as if one has a buoyancy aid supporting ones whole body. Roisin by this time had ventured back up to the sunbed once she had rinsed the remainder of the mud off from a nearby fountain.
‘A little help here’ I spluttered as I thrashed the water trying to regain my balance. They say it is also impossible to drown in the Dead Sea as the water will always push you on to your back. I gave it a good try though!! I turned ...
... it's also one of the closest places to home we have visited, but I don't feel too bad about that, I'm pretty sure most people in the UK know about the same amount as me.
Jehad, the driver who picked us up from the airport yesterday, had suggested that we take a different route to Petra when we told him we wanted to go there. He said not go go via the highway, as whilst its quicker its boring. As he comes from Jordan his advice seemed ...
... masterfully done. The way that we found out
about the light show was even more amazing.
I was looking on facebook a couple of days ago and noticed my friend,
Chris Daniels, was in Jerusalem celebrating his son’s Bar Mitzvah
today! We had talked about the timing about 6-8 months ago and then
about a month ago, but I totally forgot about it until I saw a post with
a picture of Chris and his wife by the Western Wall. We have spent the
past 2 ...
... I went for a walk in the newer part of Jerusalem just looking at the shops. There are plenty of coffee places, ladies fashion, shoe stores and jewellery shops. I was sort of looking for an opportunity to buy a new watch since I'm feeling absolutely lost since mine has stopped working. To compound the problem both my iPad and iPhone are showing the wrong time. Basically I can work out what day it is and what the next meal will be but that's as close as I ...
... from "Aleph"), and then see the similarities to the modern Hebrew alphabet--even though it is derived from another alphabet family tree.
Moving briskly across the city, we stepped back in time as we entered the Holy Temple Visitor Center. The first room represented the Outer Court and contained exquisite harps and finely polished trumpets that were ready for instant use should the temple be rebuilt even tomorrow. The Inner Court revealed the priests who ...