Sea of Galilee Guest House
Travel Blogs from Almagor
I almost forgot to tell and share with you pictures of my roommates for this month.
The first is very illusive I just got a picture of him/her today and I have been looking for them all month. Gila told me we had geckos in the house which I guess is a good thing due to the number of bugs and they help keep the population down. It took me a day or two to get used to the ...
... br> Tue update: My friend Gila is much better thank you all for your prayers.
I went with the neighbor Libby to the local shuck, much smaller than the one we went to last week, but still lots of stuff, reminded me of the flea markets in California when I was there in the early 70's.Except these had coverings over and more in a square vs a line of tables/wares. The blessing is that I found what I had been looking for since I got ...
... up dealing with for most of our stay.
The next day, we rode the cable car up to the very fortress that was what tipped the scales for us in deciding to visit Jordan and Israel. Adrian was particularly impressed with the fact that he was standing right where they filmed the awesome aerial scenes we watched months ago.
... traveling in the footsteps of Jesus. On
Tuesday I was privileged to walk with Hans up and over the Arbel Cliffs
and down to the Sea of Galilee. His story began when he made his first
journey to the Camino, a Christian pilgrim trail from France through
Spain stretching 1000 km, back in 2000. He has walked the trail three
On the trail there is a unique kind ...
... hello. “Is this by any chance a restaurant?” I asked. One of the women smiled a big smile. “Yes, it is. You must be the one with reservations.” Yes, I said, sorry we’re late, we had a little problem finding it. “I was just saying to my friend, I wonder how they’ll ever find us. They never asked for directions.” She introduced herself; her name was Daliah.
I told her how we’d ...