Holiday Inn Ashkelon
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... were occasionally filled with water for the purpose. We took the time to reenact an IBEX the Herd gladiator competition and had a lot of fun team wrestling.
Not too far away, at Beit Guvrim National Park, we explored a Columbarium, Tell Maresha, an ancient house, the Bell Caves, and a burial cave. The columbarium was gigantic and housed upwards of 2,000 pigeons for the purposes of food, fertilizer, and sacrifices. Tell Maresha also goes ...
... Even more surprised that we came just because of the war.
Many of them were not surprised to see “Itzik” our indefatigable guide from Chabad of Chevron. They love this guy. After spending 12 hours with him traversing numerous bases and the Gaza border, you can see why. All of them are very happy to see 300 hot falafels. They are all very appreciative.
The bonding process is on steroids at moments like these. Being out of Gaza, ...
... the day relaxing. Things are uncertain and it's hard to plan for the near future, but for now it is safe to say that there will be no excavating the rest of the week for our safety. More details to follow tomorrow. Also, to be more informed on the situation, I suggest checking out Al Jazeera news, Jerusalem Post news, or BBC news. And feel free to message me.
Pray for peace
We had a very fast day. In the morning, I helped Sam take out a stone wall (Unit 292), which is in the central west part of our square. He leveled it with the surfaces on either side and what was a large room and tiny room became one huge room! Now we just need to dig down to the actual floor below all the fill. It is an ...
... the safest place to swim in the world but all you can do there is float. All the salt and minerals in the water give it excess buoyancy and nothing lives there, so it's practically impossible to drown or be eaten by anything. However, the minerals clean out wounds and sting terribly, especially if it happens to get in your eyes, nose and mouth. This unfortunately happened to me. From there we went to En Gedi and swam ...