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... my dad and I had a really amazing conversation at lunch which was
worth the whole trip!
Scaled Model of Old Jerusalem @ the Israel Museum
We started our touring today at the Israel Museum. There are a number
of group members that don’t like museums, which was me when I was
younger, but these museums have been really interesting. The ...
... however that didn't happen. The world events particularly regarding aircraft incidents and unrest in this particular region resulted in Denise changing her mind, still Michael didn't pull out and both Phillip and I were very pleased to have him make and share these special memories.
Making this pilgrimage with us were 26 others from: USA(4), Canada(1), England(3) Tonga(2) Fiji(2), us three Aussies ...
... welcomed change. I could not have been a happier guest to count more salad options on the table than there were people. This is worth mentioning as 23 people attended the first dinner. AMAZING! My palate was watering before I could say pass the humus. After fried rice and noodles and curries for the past 5 months I was on cloud nine to be eating home cooked meals with so many different flavours and countless options to choose from. They know how to win me over that is for ...
... afternoon, when I was perched on the city walls watching what seemed like the entire Muslim population pray at the gigantic al-aqsa mosque. But even then you could tell the mood wasn't tense. It was the same day the 72hr ceasefire expired and I saw an aerostat airship in the sky and there was a platoon of border guards lounging around. The aerostat airship surprised me, it's basically a zeppelin used in Iraq as a surveillance tool (they put sensors on it that can ...
... floor corner of the remains of the former Hagia Zion, a Byzantine church. Like many of these sites, authenticity is a question but it is the memory not the actual bones that seem to matter. We then went upstairs to the Cenacle or "Upper Room". This room is important because it is the site of the Last Supper, the place where Christ appeared to his disciples after the resurrection, and where ...