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  • Glen speaking in the Garden of GethsemaneAlso a photo from inside the walled city. Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 5, 2013
  • Saturday - Jerusalem At first stop we saw an artificial mountain that was said was created by King Herod. Jill has never heard about this mountain so we need to spend some time researching this. We then went to the grave that King Herod Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 5, 2013
  • Friday - Dead Sea Early start with the coach. First down to Dead Sea and I must explain this. Here in Jerusalem we are 800 meters above sea level. Dead Sea is almost 400 meters BELOW sea level. It took us less than 30 Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 4, 2013
  • We have arrivedHaving spent the night in a hotel near Heathrow we met up with 'our group' 8.40 this morning at terminal 1. The flight went well. Half of the 4 1/2 hours was used to watch the latest 007 movie. Posted by Anderscrystal in Israel - The land and the people | Oct 3, 2013
  • Yad VashemWhile the usual blog posters were off at the Biblical Zoo, Mum and Dad went to see Yad Vashem. We can't say that we enjoyed the experience, but it was a truly moving and emotional experience. It is not Posted by Evereberose in My holiday | Sep 17, 2013
  • JERUSALEN – A GREAT SURPRISE AND A LIFE LESSONWe spent a week in Jerusalem and this week was the most intensive week of this trip and probably in my life. Simon gave this to me as a surprise because he organized this stop and it has changed my Posted by erika_simon in Simplicity, Inspiration and Angels | Sep 15, 2013
  • Jerusalem!Hi all! Yesterday we went on a long car journey to Jerusalem! In Jerusalem, as you probably know, there is the Wailing Wall and we will visit the wall LOADS of times! We will go on walks, runs and maybe bike rides! Posted by Evereberose in My holiday | Sep 12, 2013
  • The Muslim Ahmadiyya in Haifa Israel Most people outside Israel are not aware of the fact that 25% of Israel’s population, are not from a Jewish background, and among them are Christians, Muslims, and Druze. Many people outside of this region are not aware of the Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 9, 2013
  • The Baha'i in Haifa IsraelHaifa has a multicultural and multi religious population of 260,000, with a Jewish prevalence (91%). The well-integrated Arab minority is Christian (4.5%), Muslim (3.5%) and Druze (1%). Road signs in Cyrillic, alongside Hebrew, Arabic and English, are sig Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 2, 2013
  • Scenes from a Haifa Mall.The Ego Food and Coffee in the world famous Dan Panorama Hotel Mall is my favorite place in Haifa to eat Cinnamon rolls and sip an occasional vodka and diet coke. The cafe is located in the center of an Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 2, 2013
  • AACI, The Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel.English speaking Olim have a myriad of organisations and groups to support their new life in Israel. The largest private organisation that supports all of us is the AACI (Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel). It has offices Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 2, 2013
  • Alexa, The Perils of Young and Old.My friend Alexa and I were sitting at my favorite cafe in Haifa, the Kapiot café, discussing my concerns about my age related tipshoot (silly) behavior. I turned sixty five in April. The once twenty minute walk to the cafe Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 2, 2013
  • Tel Aviv It is remarkable how such an infinitesimal portion of the Earth’s surface can feature such dramatic variation in natural landscapes and discrepancies among its settlements. Consequently, my allocation of eleven days in the Holy Land was completely inade Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo Trip | Jun 26, 2013
  • Jerusalem The holiest city on the planet was a befitting destination for the world’s holiest backpacker. Regrettably, I was denied the pleasure of meeting this spiritual chap. Jerusalem is sacred to the three great monotheistic religions, though the innate greed of Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo Trip | Jun 13, 2013
  • Introducing myselfI'm Clem (short for Clementine), I was born in France in 1985, and at age 17, after getting my baccalaureate, I emigrated to Israel. It didn't take me long to catch the travel bug, very common among Israelis, who go Posted by clemhadd in "Only real when shared" | Dec 18, 2012
  • My flight to IndiaHello everyone and anyone! A few years ago I traveled to South America, writing the whole way what I did there, places I visited, and some people that I met. This time around I'm going to India. The whole idea for this Posted by Son_of_Axe in India | Mar 6, 2013
  • Arrived in Barcelona!Hey everyone, we arrived in Barcelona late last night. I have never been through so much security as I have flying out of Israel! We took 2 flights yesterday, one from Eilat to Tel Aviv, the other from Posted by Eyakiwchuk in This Is Actually Happening...For Real! | Feb 22, 2013
  • In and around the lowest place on EarthIt’s been a few days since I’ve written in this blog and boy do I have lots to fill you all in on our last few days here. We spent on of our mornings at Yad Vashen, a holocaust Posted by Eyakiwchuk in This Is Actually Happening...For Real! | Feb 20, 2013
  • Jordan, Long Cold Bedouin Night and PetraWe left Jerusalem early Sunday morning to begin our adventure to Jordan. We arrived at the border crossing near Eilat around 1 and met a rep for the tour company we booked everything through. Hilik walked us thru Posted by Aoshry in The Big Trip | Feb 19, 2013
  • Third Time is a CharmSo this is my third time to Israel. My first two times were within a year of each other back in 1997. My first visit was as a chaperone for the March of the Living (a privilege). Posted by Aoshry in The Big Trip | Feb 16, 2013
  • JerusalemI forgot to mention about our lunch experience in Acre (Akko). We were in the old city, which is mostly inhabited by Arabs. We were walking through a Shuk (market) looking for a lunch place. We stubbled Posted by Moshry in The Big Trip | Feb 15, 2013
  • HummuuuuuuuuusThere really is a lot of hummus in Israel. Really, a lot. And olives. Hummus and olives and pita. And dried fruit. And salad. Lots of salad. Hummus, olives, pita, dried fruit Posted by Moshry in The Big Trip | Feb 14, 2013
  • Touring the Old City of JerusalemLong day today, but it was very interesting. We hired a guide to walk us through the Christian and Jewish quarters of the Old City in Jerusalem. It is a very cool feeling to walk around at the Posted by Eyakiwchuk in This Is Actually Happening...For Real! | Feb 13, 2013
  • In & Around IsraelIt's been a really cool last couple of days here. Let's just say I am learning some very interesting things that I had not known before. We left Tel Aviv and drove north, stopping at little places Posted by Eyakiwchuk in This Is Actually Happening...For Real! | Feb 12, 2013
  • Shalom ChaverimHi all, So my last entry was us going off in Tel Aviv to meet all of the cousins. Issy and I missed the first night but went out two nights later with Mayera, Tanya and Gali. We met Posted by Aoshry in The Big Trip | Feb 12, 2013
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