Spend a day in nature exploring ancient burial caves, crawl inside underground tunnels once used by Jewish rebels defending against the Romans and explore some cool caves at the site of Khirbet Midras.
alternative travel and lifestyle
Beside being the area with rich historical roots and events, Israel is also famous for is its’ beautiful deserts and unique geological formations. This time, we went on a road trip for a family vacation to the resort city of Eilat on the Red Sea. Marveling at its’ beautiful desert scenery, with it’s red mountains and the largest erosion corrie in the world, the Ramon Crater.
Long ago, textiles and garbs were considered valuable gifts, often gifted by Kings and Elites to one another. This week I got a chance to visit a place in the Old City of Jerusalem, a textile merchant, who holds in his store the most luxurious and rare fabrics one can find. Among his customers are high religious officials of all main religions, including the Pope.