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... Jewish—and a Nabatean. At the house, which had been severely restored to the point of not looking quite authentic, we quickly descended underground to check out some cisterns and quarries. The Bell Caves took a good bit of time to explore, and there we found large underground caverns that were the result of the Romans' exploitation of the underground chalk for use in making a waterproof plaster barrier that they would apply to cistern ...
This field study was so exciting because we got to explore an entirely new portion of Israel—the Benjamin Plateau. We loaded up onto the bus with high hopes for the day only to be told to unload so Benj could explain a little more about Kiriath-Jearim before we left. The main thing I took away from the mini-lecture was that Kiriath-Jearim is actually divided into a hill and a city. There is some confusion about the location of the border ...
... By then it was getting late, and we wanted to see Yossi and Esther's son Amir, his wife Anat and their family before the five of them headed off for a New Zealand holiday in two days' time. It was dark by then and difficult to make out any scenery, but we were interested in the history of the rural area where they were. A small number of houses have been built adjoining a kibbutz. To keep the kibbutz viable as its population was declining, it had ...
It was a beautiful Sunday morning in Israel. After breakfast, we headed back up north to Jericho, the famous Biblical town and the oldest continuously occupied city in the world. This is occupied territory in the West Bank and there are severe warning signs along the road. Located near the Jordan River, Jericho is a very ancient city whose oldest ruins are those of a settlement dating to 8000 years ...
Most of the day involved getting back to Be'er Sheva. It all went smoothly. After breakfast, we had a quiet time with Debbie updating photos and blogs whilst I quietly read downstairs about Jerusalem History (I wish I found the book on day 1).
Late check-out 12:30 and a short cab ride to the central bus station. We were picked up by Iris who then dropped by at Kepasa, a Tapas restaurant (Israeli style). I had a business lunch of soup, pasta and ...