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The Sea of Galilee (Lake Kinneret) has been another surreal experience. It is around this sea/lake Jesus spent much of his time; I wonder what he would think of the resort atmosphere that now exists in Tiberias. Perhaps …
... Saying thank you the girl said "No no, Thank you!" and a little bit proudly we filed back onto the street. Lettting the kitten go was incredibly difficult because I know old it was and that it was too young to be on it's own but in Israel there is nowhere to take animals like there is at home and I could hardly hold onto it. :(
After that we brought a few beers and decided to take the other two down to the jetty we'd found before. It was about 11:30pm and was ...
... was then on the bus by 7:30, heading to our first place.
We first hiked at a place called Gamala, which was awesome. Settled in a valley in the trans-Jordan Plateau, Gamala is a mountainous outcropping which was founded by some ultra-orthodox Jews in around 130 BC and remained in their control until the 70 AD revolution. During this crisis it housed 10,000 resistors (per Josephus, so you can take those facts or leave them), who gave the Romans a ...
... 8230;and the raising of Tabitha.
Well, just when you think you have run out of puff, you come across a gorgeous place that really fires the imagination. Joppa by night was so pretty and atmospheric. It was great climbing up and down through the old city and wandering along the edge of the port. And alongside the port..another Steimatsky bookstore….we have magnets drawing us into every single one of these bookstores as we come across them ...
... bunkers…in the process providing easy identification for the Israelis). We had such a good time driving here there and everywhere!
We headed for Tiberias again to get some tea but stopped off at Bethsaida first. This was a rather rundown looking archaeological site but good to get a feel for it. And then we stopped at the place they call the Mount of Beatitudes and stood quietly there and contemplated the words of Jesus from Matthew 5-7. It may not ...