The 7 Arches Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Emma then took us to a (using Pea's word) glorious bar and restaurant, Zabotinski, a place she and Mary-Beth had been it twice on their visit. The owner has spent three months travelling around New Zealand and Emma is his friend on Facebook. Thanks to the buns and banana we had enroute we weren't really hungry so settled on snacks ...
... There were old women sitting on the ground separating and selling herbs from baskets to women with covered heads very intent on their purchases. The men were shouting and laughing and greeting each other. Except for the cheaply made toys, clothes, sneakers and household goods sold at the shops, I imagine this scene hasn't changed for hundreds of years.
The difference between our experience of Muslims and Israelis is illustrated in the following story. We stopped ...
... it was pouring rain when I got to the door. I have no issues with tromping around in the snow, sliding a bit through the slush, but just being wet to be wet is not my thing. I turned right back around, ditched my wet clothes and boots, and changed into dry, warm pants and regular sneakers.
I'm here at the hostel, meeting interesting new people and waiting for Shabbat dinner. I had seen it advertised last time I was here, and was curious, so I made plans to do it tonight.
... was the originator of Organic farming in
Israel back in the 1970’s. Their farm is the center of their kibbutz,
and when they were looking for businesses to build to enhance their
income they started selling insects that they grow on the kibbutz. They
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... paths since he was moving slightly faster than the four of us, and we talked briefly. We were trying to see if he wanted to pass us so we wouldn't be in his pictures, but then we found out that he was interested in joining our group. Apparently he had seen us setting off into the wadi, and then he decided that it looked like fun and he wanted to come too. Since hiking in groups is safer, he wanted to join us on his day off from work since he had ...