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... avail. As a last resort we used 'find friends' and this showed where the rest were hiding... in a cafe in the museum!
We all then wandered thru this huge place and saw such interesting facets as the earliest record on a stone to the 'house of David', the seal of Hezekiah & an inscription in relation to Ahaziah. The inscription to the Pool of Silom. The battle of Lachish. The silver amulets engraved with Numbers chapter 6 which apparently ...
... been handed down thru the Horgan tribe for years, but don't worry. But how could we just drive off with such an uncaring attitude. So driver Dave (so used to doing u-turns by now) went back. We asked in the office... But it wasn't there, we went back to Abrahams tent, but it wasn't there... so it was with great sadness as we drove out past the Eretz Bereshit sign that Jude thought of checking her bag.... and there it was :)
With the lost now found we were all excitedly ...
... down to the Dead Sea resort was steep and winding. Fortunately there was little in the way of traffic and due to the topography, it was possible to see what was coming around the next corner.
The Dead Sea is the lowest point on Earth (above ground) at 400m BELOW Sea level. I’m confused about the meaning of Sea Level. Surely it depends which sea the measure is taken from!! For example, the Dead Sea is a Sea ergo the Dead Sea is technically Sea level if ...
... through the Jewish Life and Culture section with beautiful displays of religious items, clothes, and a few actual synagogues from different cultures. Interesting to see how the local culture influences the practice of the religion. For example after they give birth, Yemenite women stay in a separate house for forty days, dressed well and receiving visitors, so that the evil spirits cannot find their infants. Brides in another culture ...
... particular was there every day there would be something going on, so for example the first day I went on an organised hike into a small town called Ras Karkar in the seemingly middle of no where. The guy who ran the hostel owned a second hand VW camper-van with the mandatory scratchy gear box and random junk that would slide across the van every corner we made; the middle row of seats were even attached to the vehicle itself so ...