Travel Blogs from Aydin
Most exciting dig for a day! Following a lunch at the bottom of the tell, we arrived at the Archaeological site where our instructor Mark (who was hilarious) took us through the basics of what we would be doing.
The site had been inhabited by Edomites who lived in caves deep under the ground. They have found hundreds of caves and ...
In the morning we traveled to Tel Azekah overlooking the Elah Valley, where God rained hailstones on Israel's enemies during the initial battles for the land in the time of Joshua, in this region he prayed to God and God stopped the planet so they could be victorious. The divine record comments, "There was no day like that before it, or after it, that the LORD hearkened unto ...
Woke up way too early with the sun and someone climbing into the roof to see the sun rise after spending another night on the balcony with three others. Last night I was thoroughly humbled in Jungle Speed, but I anticipate a come back!
Today's random Psalm reading was 107.
First stop: Hebron (pronounced Hev'ron')
We stop briefly to pick up David Wilder who is a Jew living in Hebron. He states he is the oldest in the group but he likes to run from ...
... of the Western wall which we had just toured underneath and those who hadn't had opportunity to approach the Western wall and the traditional site of Jewish prayer were given that opportunity. The reason the Jews use this small section of the wall as it is the closest that they can get to what used to be the Holiest of Holies. ...
... 8217; to talk about our experiences
with the trip so far. We were all so ****** off to be there that it didn’t go
well. We needed to be on the bus at 3:50am the next morning for the hike to
Masada, so for them to keep us busy until past 10pm seemed ridiculous. This
must sound so bratty and spoiled after my last paragraph haha, but you know how
I get when I’m tired. We were finally able to turn in for the night around
Other places to stay in Aydin
Aydin Mugla Karayolu 3. km., Aydin | 4 star hotelfrom $109