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... due south through Israel, thence down the middle of the Red Sea, out into the Indian Ocean and on direct to Bangkok. Result; no time saved!! (Tip, only fly El Al if you have no other choice or you enjoy poor food and sporadic service on dated aircraft!).
The flat we rented in Tel Aviv looked quite reasonable when booked on the website flipkey.com. When we arrived there it was somewhat basic and we had not realised that it was in the ...
... lovely Beach. Sand this time. Then onto Tel Aviv. What a contrast in the scenery and country side. From barren dessert to lush green areas, with wheat crops ready to harvest. Here at Tel Aviv we have a 2 bedroom apartment. It is in a hugh complex with apartments everywhere. It has the bedrooms upstairs and bathroom, ...
... the walls of Jerusalem, and the Romans performed their executions by crucifixion outside of the walls of the city. In addition, Jews would never have buried bodies inside the city walls, as Jewish law demands a separation from the tuma, the impurity conveyed by corpses.
For centuries the general belief has been that while this location was undoubtedly important, it was very unlikely to have been Jesus’ death place or tomb, temporary or otherwise. ...
Luckily, the lady at immigration didn't see my stamps, and just asked me the basic questions - such as why I was coming to Israel, where I was going/staying and who I knew in the country. I whizzed through immigration, got my shekels out at the cash point, bought ...
... we were disappointed to find out that there was no food, and so after a short walk through the goat shed and talking with one of the goat-keepers for a couple minutes we moved on.
Just as we were leaving, we remembered to ask for directions to a spring that we had heard was also nearby. The goat farm's in-house lumberjack gave us rough directions and an estimated time that was approximately half (~25 min.) of what we had been told at ...