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... a gigantic region-wide dust storm that blew in off the Sinai the likes of which no one had seen in their lifetimes.
My visit to the BaHa’i Center and Gardens took place on the day following my arrival in Israel. By the way, Haifa has traffic. Actually, Israel in general has traffic, the result of a small, densely populated country with many automobiles. They have built many new highways and improved their transportation system dramatically ...
... Kiriath Ya'arim on the way to Abu Ghosh/Ghaush. On the way, we swung by the Elvis Inn where Bill proceeded to lecture while imitating the statue for a couple minutes. As we walked past various restaurants and grocery stores, he pointed out his various and sundry recommendations. Between the 32 of us, cameras were out constantly. We also stopped at the Notre Dame de l`Arche d`Alliance (Our Lady of the Ark of the Covenant) church and sang ...
It was a short breakfast for Ronnen who had to rush off for an 1100 meeting.
Chris and I then carried on to the shopping precinct located in the Azrieli towers nearby. We had lunch here after a few hours of browsing and shopping, then walked the 2 kilometres back to the hotel. It was nice to put our feet up for a couple of hours before dinner.
When Ronnen came to the hotel, it was almost 1800. Our ...
... green with trees then with agriculture.
We drove through the West Bank, one of the disputed territories. It is called that because it is the west bank of the Jordan River. Jerusalem is on the border between the West Bank and the State of Israel. We saw communities walled in. Fences along the road with barbed wire. It's all very confusing when you see it first hand. Hopefully it will become clear to us as our visit continues.
It’s always nice to meet other travellers who I can exchange stories with and Lee’s cousin Yaniv and his girlfriend had some good stories. I chatted with a lot of people, ate a lot of food, and got to see first hand what a real bar mitzvah is like. It was pretty cool. Not too different from a family birthday party, but it was nice to see everyone come together for this.
We were back and Gillad and Kinerit’s house by ...