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... dinner in a cave with a group of Bedouins who had taken us in,
sitting around a fire with improvised flutes and singing. As you looked
up through the flicker of the flames you would catch sight of their dark
charcoaled eyes looking back at you. The tourists had left at 5:30 at
sundown so there was no one in sight; neither security nor complaining
Americans or Italians as they were hauled onto exasperated camels and donkeys.
We hung out ...
... us. After weaving in and around the many stalls we came out into the Jewish quarter and found a rooftop where we could look out over the whole city. It was interesting to see from a bird's eye perspective and even possible to see marginal differences in the four areas even from above. With regaining our orientation we headed back into the maze and headed toward the Temple Mount and the Dome of the Rock. The Dome is now one of the oldest works of ...
As I've been to ...
... us and asked if they could take a photo with us. It's a common enough thing - we've had families and kids ask this in many countries we've been in. Sometimes being a tourist can make you feel famous for a while. So we agreed. But shortly after, the boys were joined by some much older boys. They, too, asked for a photo, and much to my surprise, Michael agreed. But it wasn't one photo; it turned into a photo shoot, and with each photo, the one guy beside me got closer ...
... too lead an’im zemirot – all from the women's side of the mechitza – and recite Kaddish.
· Women are called to the Torah, read from the Torah and make Kiddush. Women too are honored by the congregation on Simchat Torah.
· Jewish life-cycle events for women – baby-girl naming, bat-mitzvah, pre-wedding ...