Dead sea and Ein Gedi

This being the first weekend in Israel, our hosts were keen to offer us a good taste of the uniqueness of the country. They took us on an organised trip to Ein Gedi, Dead sea and Masada. I will put up the images now and come on in later with the details. Wonderful hospitality. Thank you guys.


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Descent into the Dead sea region, the lowest point on the surface of earth 427 metres below sea level, literally into the bowels of the earth.

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The beautiful Ein Gedi springs region. A good hours trek with lot of fresh waterfalls in between to cool off.

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And a lot of young couples at the falls.

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One of my favourite images from the trip with our guide, Elan (second from the left) pointing at the Dead sea in the background.

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Dead sea beach.

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Yours truly, doing what everyone else does in the Dead sea, chilling on buoyancy.

 

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2 comments

  1. johnrush5 · July 7, 2014

    Love the pictures! Looking forward to hearing more of the story behind your day of travels in Isreal!

    Safe Travels,

    John

  2. John Robinson · September 22, 2014

    What a BEAUTIFUL travelogue, Georgie! You’ve given me a tantalizing taste of a place I might never get to see.

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