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My stay at the hostel was fantastic. Hamudi was extremely welcoming and kind. I came into the hotel extremely worn down and tired and he provided me a place to shower and a bed to sleep on. Thank You for your great hospitality.
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Just to confuse everyone I am going to share about today and then slowly remember and reflect upon my Jesus Trail journey and put everything into writing within the upcoming days.
This morning I woke up the sun shinning perfectly onto my bed at Aviv Hostel, and kids in the hall way running around letting out their bottled up energy. Upon …
... taken by Muslims in 1184 AD. Although the fortress was beautiful architecturally, it was the view that got me. One could see the Sea of Galilee and the Jordan River Valley, almost down south in the valley as far as the Dead Sea. It was incredible. But not the most memorable moment. What takes the cake is this: a fox ran into me. I was entering an area through a threshold right as someone said, "There's ...
... I say kind fellow because he was and not only refilled my bottle twice he also offered me a cup of coffee. I turned down the offer as I was unfamiliar at the time that it is a part of the culture to offer and should be taken up upon. (at least that is what my guide book tells me.) Pushing on from the park I found myself in woods like I would find back at home. I did not realize it was possible since I was in the ...
We had an early start to our day. Our first stop was the JNF-Lavi Forest, where we all planted trees. Annette and I planted 3 trees, in memory of our cousin Jeff Atlin, and friends Lou Pomerance, and Barb Rogoz. Frank and Sarah also planted 3 trees. They told us our day to water them was tuesdays, so I guess we have to keep coming back.
From there we headed north up to the old city of Tsfat, also spelled Tzfat or Safed. It is very popular with ...
... and female army officers with machine guns. It is compulsory for all Israelis to do three years army service after leaving school. Apparently on the day of our tour it was a change over of soldiers and as a result it felt like there were more soldiers than tourists.
Headed back to our bus and a three hour bus trip returning at 7:30PM where we had a buffet meal and an early night.
Overall our day in Israel was long, beautiful and very scary. Glad to be back on the boat ...