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Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek
... realised they were at a level well beyond my capabilities. However, they were patient and waited for the stragglers (Yaron and myself). I found it very technical and it challenged my upper body strength and agility. See a couple of videos attached.
We did visit an ANZAC memorial. Yes, there are a few of these outside Gallipoli. (There's even an ANZAC cemetery near Be'er Sheva. The circuit was within sight of the Gaza border. We ...
... about but they seemed not to take any notice.
I was quite hot by then so the pool water felt quite icy ..... standing under the waterfall was such an exhilarating experience - the cold, thunderous water beating down on my head and shoulders. I shared with Iris and Yaron that it was the first time in my life I have stood under a real waterfall.
Back in Be'er Sheva, Chris and I cooked chicken rice for dinner.
... another 15 minutes along a knife edged slanted cliff, until
you re-read the book and realize that there's been a mistake. Guess which type
of missed turn-off this was? Now for
another first. Call it a meltdown, a brainfade, a kriza, dropping or losing
the plot, spitting the dummy. I had it all. When I realized that I'd spent 12,000
calories climbing a near vertical incline, had reached the highest point on
this leg ,all for nothing AND now had to do it all ...
... nicks, torn cuticles, and any other places where the body is not designed to be open to the outside world. Bobbing around is fun for about twenty minutes. Then, you don’t exactly start to get pruny the way you normally do in a pool or a bathtub, but something vaguely equivalent happens and you start to get kind of uncomfortable. At this point I got out and showered, which ended up being kind of painful in some very special places.
... Dylan back in the day, but he thinks it is cooler that he knew Gus Hall, and I have to agree.
The Israeli government has permitted and unfortunately often encouraged the destruction of Palestinian homes in the name of security. ICAHD people try to disrupt these demolitions, and when they don't succeed, they help people rebuild their homes--sometimes repeatedly. Again, not a large group but one that does give one hope.