Travel Blogs from Mizpe Ramon
... Some of us walked down from the mountain on what is thought to be the Palm Sunday Road. We saw many, many graves on the south face of the Mount of Olives--the side facing the temple. Wealthy Jews buy grave sites there (around $55,000 each) because they, too, believe their Messiah will come to reign from the Mount of Olives based on Zechariah 14. They are not looking for a virgin to bear a son (Isaiah 7), they are expecting a conquering king ...
... mixture of action packed sight seeing and culture soaking up and of absolute relaxation and beach time – which suited us perfectly.
We started the trip in Tel Aviv, where Adi and Or live. Tel Aviv is an awesome city. It sprawls along a boulevard running along a beautiful stretch of golden sand along the mediterainan coast and is full of cool restaurants, cafes, bars, art graffiti and really lovely, welcoming people. And Adi and Or are lucky enough to live in ...
... were standing. We admired the view then climbed up the 'camel' rock to see a higher view.
After buying a few snacks we headed down into the crater to find the camp ground. It was crowded but we found a place to put up tents in the shelters. After a few air mattress dramas we had a nice relaxing evening before heading to bed after looking at the stars. The moon was a bit bright for good viewing but we managed to pick some things out. ...
... before we set off I contacted Avishay and asked if he
could put us up. He readily agreed.
Armed with token gifts of a cake and a bottle of wine, we arrived at
Avishai's caravan in Yeruham not knowing what to expect. Sometimes, it seems
that this country has gone totally and irreversibly down the tubes. You hear
the news and nothing seems to be right. And then you stumble upon young, idealistic
people like Avishay and his partner Ilana and you realize ...
... care of all my friends. Thanks to that visit I made a new friend, while lecturing to the staff of the school of Nursing at Georgia Southern University. She introduced me to the work done by an NGO she is supporting. They are amongst other countries also active in Peru. To make a long story short she invited me to join her and now I have my ticket and am ready to go. The project I am going to be involved in is the initiative of a, for me, new ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking