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Travel Blogs from Aydin
... most of the time I have just been immerse in my own thinking. Certainly this trip have changed some things deep inside me. The last day we went to the Israel Museum which is AWESOME. I totally loved it and wished I had more time to go through everything. And I'm not a fan of museums. I definitely have to come back. Another highlight of the last day was a meeting with a Jew Rabi that I liked very much since the moment he said he grew up in ...
... to kill Jesus. Herodyan is one the palaces he had and where he was buried. The group hiked up to the top but I stayed at the gift shop with a group of elders -where I belong-. Haha, it was just way too hot for me :P We had shawarma lunch at Bethlehem (yeah, we have been eating lots of shawarmas as you can tell). We continued to Shepherd's field and ended up shopping at a store that belongs to a Christian Arab, who was very friendly. After dinner a small group of ...
... spelling that wrong, will Google it later). An underground water system. There are two, one dry and one with water. The dry one it's over 2000 years old, the other is 1000 years younger. The dry one it's lit and although is narrow is not as narrower as the wet one. I did the dry one (as you might have guest), and Jase did the wet. Another cool spot here was the pool of Siloam. The one mentioned in John 9:7 is at The City of ...
... to see. Fortunately, before I even arrived in Israel I knew I would have to return - and now, all the more reason!
Words for the Day:
A Yiddish proverb:
"Man plans and God laughs."
דער מענטש טראַכ 96; און גאָט לאַכט
... if you're here for six months, you'll go home and write an article; and if you're here for a year, you'll go home and realise you have nothing to say! Lunch was Arab cuisine at a place called "The Tent Restaurant". Next we went to the Shepherds' Fields to celebrate the birth of Jesus. There are three venues - the Catholic, the Orthodox but being Anglican we went to the YMCA. In another surprise we weren't in a field but in a cave. Mike explained how natural ...
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