I’ve been back from Israel a month now and have had some time to reflect on the experience. I’ve been describing my trip as “intense” – but in a good way! There are a lot of amazing things packed into this small country and I was nearly overwhelmed by the cultural, historical, and religious wonders I encountered. I wanted to share with you some of my first impressions.
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I found this adorable drink stand along the harbor in Akko, an old Crusader port city in Northern Israel. It’s not hard to find fresh-squeezed pomegranate and orange juice vendor in the markets and along pedestrian streets. I’m not sure why but this one seems to have some unnaturally bright blue, red, and yellow slushies available too.
If you’re looking for a delicious afternoon drink, it seems like a pretty easy choice to me! I’ll take fresh pomegranate juice any day!
I’m back from two weeks in Israel!
It was an incredible trip filled with history, archaeology, art, religion and cultural experiences. I visited Tel Aviv, Jaffa, Acre, Nazareth, Cana, Tiberias, the Sea of Galilee, some of the Southern desert, the Dead Sea, Bethlehem and of course Jerusalem! What a trip!
The jet lag is wearing off and I’m starting to go through my pictures now, so I’ll be bring you more stories shortly. But for now, here’s a classic view of Jerusalem – one of the best “old cities” I have ever explored.