Grand View Resort Petra
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... his first glimpse of the promised land. Standing at the top, we could just make out Jericho and the outer limits of Jerusalem; they seemed peaceful enough, shrouded in a sandy haze. But Wesam tells us otherwise. "last night, " he says, "was crazy until 5:00 in the morning. Ten rockets to Tel Aviv and one landed very close by in a field. And Jerusalem was 'shut down.' Forget BBC and Al Jazeera," he says, "We get our news from other sources. Things the media ...
... she was nearly out of cash. Well when we were researching the trip we read over and over to take enough cash for everything since ATMs are scarce and credit cards are hardly taken. We had brought enough cash to pay our way but luckily the ticket counter could take a visa so we didn't have to use our cash up. Either way, this noisey lady was complaining and we finally escaped because we walked faster than she did initially. Since we took our detour and pictures ...
I apologize for not being more on top of this . . .I have many reasons but does it really matter? The only one that really does matter is that I'm having a wonderful time and connecting to the computer for more than a short time each day just has held no interest . . .sorry
In an effort to catch up (and the fact that my connection to Mark's internet is tenuous at best - neither of us can figure it out) you may get ...
... riderless camels in the softening light. As sunset grew near we climbed up and sat on a rock taking impossibly pretty photos and worrying about the antics of a group of browsing camels circling us. The sky turned a rose red and pale orange as the sun sank and we clambered aboard our truck for the mad dash across the dunes back to camp before it got too dark. A lovely experience! Back at camp we had a well deserved cold drink ...
... about their journeys to the Negev and how they received promises to be taken to Jerusalem - a dream come true for them and others. Yet, in the darkness, they were instead taken to Yerucham where they then had to decide whether to leave or whether to stay and make a home. Many people left, but some stayed.
Another gentleman who was so generous with his stories and information about this hosting program told us of his choice to come to Yerucham and live his life -- leaving ...