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It hasn't even been a week. I have to keep reminding myself that. On the first day when I felt I'd already had a strong enough induction of the Middle Eastern foods to know I loved them, mostly due to our feast the night before. On day three when I was surrounded by Arabic teachers and felt like I should already know how to speak the language. And when we got in and immediately out of the taxi after grocery shopping because ...
... scrolls. These scrolls they hid in clay jars to preserve them and they lay hidden for 2000 years until discovered by a Shepherd boy in 1947.
After lunch we head off along the Dead Sea on the Western site to our hotel for the next two nights. This afternoon at the hotel we get to go mud wrestling and then Larry down to dry with the muds on us. sounds like fun? We will see.
Oasis of En Gedi 40 min u teswalk in to the spring Pslam 57 162
... the angels in the fiery chariot. The role of prophet being passed from Elijah to Elisha then on to John who then passed it to Jesus. Also it was just down the hill for where Moses passed the leadership on to Joshua.
Tonight we stay in Amman before heading off to cross the border into Israel in the morning and then stay in Tiberus that night.
... down to the water. At first I felt a bit cheated, why not just go to the free beach next door (it cost 16JD and I am still Dutch after all). But although the price was a bit steep (though not compared to the many resorts who charge easily triple that amount for day access) I quickly understood the benefits: 1. Access to the beach, meant exactly that. The water level of the Dead Sea is quickly sinking (0.5-1m a year) which makes the descent to the water without the help ...
... Moe pointed out the distinct architectural
archways and columns that are typical of the Ottoman Empire. Like Amman, the
quaint little town of Salt in built on hills, so walking is great exercise. We
visited an old, possibly Coptic church, built in 1622. Beautiful blooming plants
bid you welcome. Gleaming knotty pine covered the outer high ceiling, while effigies
of saints and other biblical characters adorned the walls. Sunlight filled the