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Category Archives: Judean Desert
The Circle of Life
One of the many things I love about Israel is the interplay between ancient and modern; the ability to connect between the very new and the very old, often in the most surprising ways. Theodor Herzl was perhaps the first … Continue reading
Posted in ancient israelites, archeology, bible, dates, desert, food, Fruit and Vegetables, health, Herod, Jewish, Judean Desert, land of israel, Negev, seven species, Tel Aviv, Theodor Herzl, Uncategorized Tagged Bible, dates, farming, hydrponic, methuselah, nanotechnology, tel Aviv Comments Off on The Circle of Life
Wanna Go On A Lion Hunt?
When I was a young girl growing up in London, I used to belong to the Brownies, which was the junior version of the Girl Guides. One of our favourite chants was “Wanna Go on a Lion Hunt”? Our sing … Continue reading
Far From the Madding Crowd
With the festivals of Passover and Easter overlapping this year, large numbers of day trippers hit the roads all looking for the ultimate day out. In an attempt to avoid the crowds, yet still travel somewhere with relevance for the … Continue reading
Posted in Easter, Judean Desert, Nebi Musa, Passover, Qasr el Yahud Tagged Easter, Judean Desert, Nebi Musa, Passover, Qasar el Yahud Comments Off on Far From the Madding Crowd