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Israel

Jerusalem. It’s a city that has given me a good dose of religious experiences, history and emotions. It is one of the oldest cities in the World and sacred to all Muslims, Jews and Christians. I stayed five nights in the citadel hostel, the chepest place in town, yet has the best view and quite...
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When going to the Dead Sea, most tourists seem to choose Ein Gedi as their entry point as it is a natural oasis in the desert with a waterfall. When I was there there was no access to the Dead Sea in Ein Gedi because of dangerous sinking holes at the sea front. So instead...
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Masada is a mountain fortress by the Dead Sea that has, in my opinion a quite amazing story. The fortress was tried occupied by the Roman’s around year 75, but due to the strategic location and around a thousand Jews throwing rocks at the intruders, the Romans did not have much luck conquering it when...
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The Jesus trail is a pilgrimage hike that can be done in four days, walking between his hometown in Nazareth to where he delivered his famous sermons and performed his first miracles. Instead of walking I took the easier way of hitch hiking and riding bus, so that I could see both cities in one...
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Again I found myself couchsurfing in a Kibbutz- a Israeli collective community. Traditionally Kibbutzes were based on farming, but today they stand for almost a tenth of all Israeli output, producing everything from IT services to military equipment. They also work in different ways, which I found out after my second Kibbutz visit. The people...
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Driving through the desert from Eilat to Mitzpe Ramon, there was little to see except some lonely farms and lots of military bases. At the end of the ride we drove down into the Ramon Crater and then up from it again into the town of Mitzpe Ramon. Well settled into my hostel, the Green...
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My plan for leaving Egypt early in the morning was to see a littlebit of Eilat, but as I spent more than six hours at the border it had already gotten dark when I got there. Eilat is like the Cancun of Israel in the way that huge resorts make up most of the coast...
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*This is purely a practical post for those looking for answers to how the border crossings are between these countries as of December 2015. Situations change fast and I was not able to find updated information online before I went, but if you’re not looking for these answers then don’t bother reading on* The information...
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My honesty of telling the immigration officers at Tel Aviv Airport about my travel plans to visit Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine resulted in a fifteen minute questioning in front of the immigration queue, before the officer sent me to have another thirty minute questioning at her supervisors office. The fact that I had a beard,...
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