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... of our group snuck via crawling into the the 'closed' door.
Nomes pulled a Herm - 'trank tactor' or a Tank Tractor. :)
Psalm 133: as the oil drips down Aarons beard, so does the bubbling waters of the Jordan spring forth from live but the tread was ultimately to death (Dead Sea). The water is very cold and very clear! Having been hiking for a few hours, many of us filled up our bottles with its water... If half the camp gets sick ...
... clothing that is keeping me cool in the heat! Many of the disciples would have lived here! Currently the lake of Galilee is quite far away, but back 2000 years ago Galilee was bigger and Bethsaida was right on its coast. Here we could see more ruins of a village with its strong walls and gate that was burnt to the ground by Tiglar Pizar III (Assyrians).
... we got back to the place we were staying, she climbed straight into bed where she still remains now. As for the day we started (throwing up.... Sorry) at the Mt. Beatitudes and onto Capernaum. This was the thriving town where Jesus lived and performed a lot of his miracles. Ruins of a beautiful synagogue are found here. We moved on to a small museum to view an ancient Galilee boat that had been ...
... helping the unmarried find mates; and the burial tomb of Maimonides, perhaps the greatest of all rabbis.
I began with Mt. Meron, which was quite close to my kibbutz. By tradition, Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai and his son hid in a cave near here, Peki’in, for 12 years avoiding the Roman persecutions instituted by the Emperor Hadrian in the aftermath of the failer of the Bar Kochba Revolt. During this time Bar Yochai, the figure of respect ...
... history. The view from below is quite dazzling. Because you're in the water and not on the tourist path, we got to see some areas that we couldn't see the other week.
Finally, we returned to the beach we started at.
It was a great, energizing trip. I highly recommend it to anybody who is looking to do some physical activity (but not hard-core), while enjoying the sun, ocean, and history.