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... do. I was lucky in that when I did go out during the day I wasn't stopped because of the weather.
When the day came, I knew it was the right time to leave Jerusalem after a fun-filled week. It was sad saying goodbye to many people who I had come to take their company for granted but I was happy to have shared memorable experiences. Sunday morning everyone said their goodbyes and went their own ways. For me I continued my journey south to ...
... a shower, got back changed and took a little walk to the Petra Shopping Centre - the lowest place to shop in the world, before waiting at the bus stop for my onward bus to Eilat.
Eilat is the southernmost city in Israel and is separated from the rest of the country by the huge Negev desert. From Ein Bokek at the edge of the Negev it took around three hours of almost emptiness to reach the resort on the Red Sea.
... all had a blast there! The water is clear and bluish, it feels oily but is not oil; comes from all the minerals in it. It tastes terrible. And you definitely don't want it in your eyes or any cuts you could have in your skin. After the sea, we went to the pools that are actually really hot. I hit the gym with my sis in-law but the air conditioner was off and after 20 min I left (yeah, that's my poor excuse). Unfortunately we are leaving tomorrow morning but my skin feels ...
The Shephelah field trip ended up on a slightly different schedule than was originally planned. Going by the syllabus, we would have spent yesterday exploring the different sites; however, we had to postpone the trip due to pregnancy complications the wife of our professor has been having. Today we had Chris substitute in as our tour guide and lead us through the Aijalon and Elah valleys.
We departed from Kiriath-Jearim at 8:00am on the bus ...
... Prime Minister is located. There's now a large interpretive centre built there too, which we found interesting. After his ten years as Prime Minister, David Ben Gurion, who regarded Gandhi as one of his inspirations, selected a rather poor kibbutz in the desert for him and his wife Pala to retire to. There, they led a simple life, working in the kibbutz. One can wander through their house, and see their everyday possessions and the humble way that ...