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The End of the HLC 2015, Israel

Lael finishes on the beach in Eilat, adjacent to high-priced hotels and the Jordanian border.  That night, we slept on the beach.

To catch up on the events of the HLC 2015 check out my article at Bikepacker’s Magazine, … 1,813 more words

An Adventure in the Negev

Every few weeks our program takes us on planned excursions where we get a  different taste of Israeli lifestyle. For this adventure, we went to the Negev, the desert land in the south of Israel. 885 more words


La ville d’Eilat, célèbre pour ses plages ensoleillées et ses coraux qui donnent un léger avant-goût de la Grande Barrière de corail australienne, souffre de la chute du nombre de touristes et souhaite remonter la pente en jouant la carte de la croissance économique et démographique. 299 more words


Aqaba/Eilat border crossing

October 2011 – It was time to say goodbye to Jordan. I was excited that Manu would be joining me to Israel…my persuasive ways may have played a part in this. 590 more words

Middle East

Eilat, Israel

July 2014

Stayed at Ati Hotel (so so)

Shopped at the Tax Free Mall by the beach


VIDEO: Snorkeling the Red Sea

Some people compare snorkeling the Red Sea to that of the Great Barrier Reef. I’ve had the pleasure of diving into both, and while the water is some of the prettiest and clearest blues my brown eyes have ever seen, the GBF is filled with so much more wildlife and color, and spans so much more area, they don’t really compare.   32 more words


12: Eilat

Page 143: And everywhere was like this except the state known as Palestein, the firstborn nation of the world, conceived on the night before the first night of creation in the love between God and His bride, Who was God.

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