Kibbutz Moran Country Lodging
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... food and even stopped for gelato, all by the ocean. It reminded us of Ashkelon, our long lost home. Tonight, we're staying in a kibbutz but we're moving to another place tomorrow.
In terms if fighting news, Lebanon has shown some aggression but hopefully will not enter the fighting. There's no telling what could happen in the next few days, or even tomorrow. We/I may stay, we/I may go. Pray for the best, God has a ...
... first photo) were put by the British in order to "establish a continuous rail line from Egypt to Europe.
I took a 2 min video on one part of the grotto so you could get a feel for the sound and such but to download it was going to take all night . . .so slow. Remind me to show it to you the next time I see you. It really is quite a site and the sound of the water against the rocks . . . photos just don't do it justice!
Wake up 6:30. Ate some breakfast and heading to the border of Syria(golden heights) a really intense visit. Standing above the boarder of Syria literally listening to the sounds of civil war. Heard multiple missiles landing, gun shots, etc. then went and hiked around one of the first temples built outside of Jerusalem. It was interesting & had a lot of history. Then we went "kayaking" aka kinda rafting. ...
... to squeeze in two suitcases with a bit of imagination and experimentation. A few metres away, in the car park, a reversing car hit another one which was passing, a worrying introduction to Israeli driving. Would we ever see our $750 excess charge again?
Outside, we headed north on Route 1 with the Saturday night traffic. Everyone, it seemed was heading to Tel Aviv, Herzliya or Netanya. Fortunately, the traffic kept moving, whereas the south ...
... house where the apostle Peter lived. We focused on the synagogue, which has some lovely carvings in its remaining walls and pillars.
Next we went to the site of the Mount of the Beatitudes, only a few kilometers further on. We were astounded by how close these incredibly well known places were to each other; from reading the Bible one doesn’t get a sense of their physical location. Alas, the Franciscans, who control the site ...