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Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek
Our next stop was Bet Guvrin National Park at which we saw fig leaves as would have been used by Adam and Eve to cover their shame after their sin; they are very big, so it makes good sense why they used them. Dad made use of them for a photo... ask to see it when we get home. ;) We also saw a fig-sycamore tree of the type that Zacchaeus would have climbed into to see the LORD. Simply seeing actual vegetation of the Bible has been ...
... thing you never saw before -- but we parked and made our way in to the castle. As with the one at Ajloun but on a larger scale, there were scores of tunnels, dungeons, and parapets to explore -- far more than that for which we had time or energy. It was from a guide here that we learned that the majority of tourists visiting Jordan come from Malaysia. That came out of left field, but it seemed to be confirmed by the tour groups we saw here in Karak, and later in Petra.
... a visual answer, just then three obviously Thai men came in. Suddenly it clicked—the Asians who I asked for directions to Korin’s last night were Thai too; that's why their cooking smells were so familiar! The cashier explained that the moshav loves the hard-working Thais, who don’t seem to mind the 120 degree heat in the summer, or getting up at 5 am. So they have a recruiting agent in Thailand who contracts with the locals to ...
... by essentially filling in the valley between Masada and the next mesa over, and rolling their siege tower across the newly constructed land bridge to destroy a section of the wall.
The mesa is tall; while we were up there, looking out over the view of the Dead Sea, an Israeli fighter jet came roaring by, below us. Jake explained that the IDF drills in the area because being below sea level forces them to fly without relying ...
... When they rededicated the temple they needed oil to light their menorah, but only had oil that lasted one night and it took eight days to make new oil. However, the oil lasted eight days and that is why Chanukah lasts eight days. So, on the first night of Chanukah, our group had a Tikkun Olam Chanukah Party held in one of the apartments in South Tel Aviv. It was an emotional powerful experience to be saying our prayers ...
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