Leonardo Privilege Hotel Dead Sea
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... will be dealt with thoroughly and without mercy. The Sicarii were apocalyptic Jews who believed the Messiah would soon be coming. Why commit suicide, which was anathema to Jews, when the suffering may soon be over?
2) Jewish Rabbis have a talent for taking natural phenomena and converting the concepts into religious lessons (see also Christ and the parable of the mustard seed). The Dead Sea is really dead – there ...
... of the evening sun shining on the red Jordanian cliffs on the East side breathtaking. We were fortunate enough to have this view for much of the way to Mitzpe' Shalem, the kibbutz started by Iris' cousin, Etti, and friends. We were dropping in for a quick cuppa on the way to our hotel.
By the time we arrived at the hotel, it was close to 2200. Iris and Yaron had to drive another hour to get home to Be'er Sheva.
... surprised or disappointed to note that the vultures were high above the gorge or right on the other side, far away from prying eyes.
Another walk leads to the end of the gorge and Israel's highest waterfall. It was a muddy walk with that thick, sticky, clay which soon turns boots into lead weights but it was enlivened by some interesting sights including a deserted and ruined Syrian village and the hatching, if that is the correct terminology, of ...
... heard. It made me think how much of what's going on around us in the present we simply aren’t aware of!
After a bit more hiking and meditation we bid a fond farewell to Mam*************ed on to Ne’ot HaKikar. As I drove I noticed that Annie was rubbing her neck. She confirmed that it was sore from the FedEx encounter in Tel Aviv. Come to think of it, my neck was a bit tetchy too. I tried to ignore it. We started to descend on ...
We went to the Dead Sea. We call it the Dead Sea, because it is so salty that no animal can live in it. But there is a plant in it. It is called algae.
I was in a hotel. I was not in a wood hut on the beach. There were some friends that were there. Their names are Kate and Jake.
Near the Dead Sea, ...