Oasis Dead Sea

Ein Bokek-Dead Sea, Ein Bokek, Dead Sea Region, 86930, Israel | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek


A travel blog entry by shirlbell


This morning, we went to Masada which is an important site in Jewish history. It was originally built by Herod in the first century as a private palace, very luxurious, high on a mountain top, 1600 feet above the valley floor with only a very narrow trail to access it. After Herod died in 4 CE (common era, AD to us), it was taken over by a small …

Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by shirlbell


We are at the Dead Sea now for 3 days. It is very desolate but beautiful. The Dead Sea (DS) has no life in it at all, 33% salinity so you cannot drown or even sink (Bob tried and kept "bobbing up" - yuck, yuck). We took a 3 hour jeep trip off road driving through amazing wadis (small valleys) where the jeep touched the wall on each side - it was …

Bob at/in the dead sea

A travel blog entry by shirlbell

Two days ago we were still in Jerusalem. Visited the western (wailing wall) again to see the tunnels under the wall. The part you can see is only about ten percent of the wall. The wall is a retaining wall and not a wall of the temple. The golden dome on the Temple Mount is a moslem mosque and jews are not permitted there. The Mount is a flat area …

Feynan Ecolodge

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... cooking was happening; they found a number of cans, old boxes, and other found objects and converted them into percussion instruments. There was no shared language except the innate desire to bang the rocks together, so that’s what they did.

Lastly we visited a family and saw kohl being made. This is done by taking a tin can half full of olive oil, soaking a couple of cotton rags in the oil, and setting them alight. You then place a large metal ...

Dead Sea and Masada

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... up the path to the top, or take the cable car. We opted for the cable car in both directions, although in retrospect this was a mistake, especially downwards. Disembarking at the top, you walk along a short walkway along the edge, then pass through the wall onto the top.

The area at the top of the mesa is quite extensive; there were many many buildings, palaces, a swimming pool, storage facilities with capacity for substantial amounts ...

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