Leonardo Plaza Hotel Tiberias
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... again for Tiberias (where I was staying that night). Tiberias as a city is a bit of a dump, with flashing neon lights on buildings making it look like a Middle Eastern Vegas. It even has it's on 'strip' if you could call it that with cars honking every second breath. When I caught sight of the hostel it had 'hostel' written in neon letters down the building but only the t, e and l were visible as the others had blown. When I came in the I must have been ...
... and the sunburn on it is unspeakable. My body is tired from the hike and worn down which is good because it helps give me perspective of what Jesus and the people had to endure when traveling through the desert. If anyone has any questions about the Jesus Trail or want more information on it let me know. I did buy a guidebook for it and would love to loan it to people interested in a similar journey.
"I cared for you in the desert, in the land of burning heat" Hosea 13: 5
Slept in and missed breakfast in our restaurant and were forced to eat in the Buffet before we caught a taxi to a nearby five storey shopping centre almost identical to Robina Shopping Centre etc (fairly expensive and similar brand name shops however on one floor there were many stalls selling fresh food including nuts, breads, cakes and hot ...
This is the world's newest religion and one of the most peaceful and beautiful places we've visited so far. LOTS of pics. Very nice sounding religion. Peace, equality, harmony, science, monotheistic - yada, yada, yada Jake also learned an important lesson today - touching a cactus can hurt and leave needles stuck in your hand like a ...
... different levels to take it all in. There is the beauty-of the land, of the architecture, of the people, so I'm constantly taking pictures. Then there is the history. So much history I am trying to assimilate, so I am intently listening to my guide. And with all that it can be hard to just be with the energy of the land, the sacred space at the churches and their grounds. To sit and reflect and feel the energy of thousands of years of prayer and reverence ...