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... Sea of Galilee. We saw the land where all the prophets walked and where our Lord was born, died and resurrected. We packed a lot into this week, and cannot be more grateful for every second we got. I wish I could have shared it with everyone I ...
... s underground acropolis. There we read about John's capture by Herod and his beheading. We also read about John's life and the baptism of Jesus, something we will discover much more about tomorrow, and in a grandiose and very touching way..
So the following day we headed towards the Dead Sea stopping along to sightsee Mount Nebo where Moses once stood and saw the ...
... speaks English and so do both of the sons. I try and talk to the dad in Arabic but we don't get very far (my fault). The extended family lives above us and they have four young kids who love to play soccer and take our cell phones. It's great playing with them because they teach me so much and they think it's hilarious.
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... reading the paper - and looking at all the bikini clad women, I'm sure. Emma and I both decided on a swim, and now that we had been in the sea, it seemed easier to get in, and we had a lovely swim.
We had lunch at an Italian restaurant - Emma and I had a roasted peach, rocket, pinenut and parmesan salad, followed by 1/2 a seafood pizza each. Ron had a couple of beers and a olive anchovy and caper pizza, as well as sharing my salad.
... are bits of home all over the world, little pieces of your
heart left in different places. And the tragedy is they can never all
be in one place. They just can't and never will be.
But for one week, I will be back with
my family, the home that still has the biggest piece of my heart.
Then I will return, rejuvenated for this adventure, this journey, and
I will learn to cook Arabic food.
Now excuse me while I go hug my family.