The Kibutz we stayed at for the first 2 nights
Meeting on the first night with our tour guide Eli
Recyling cages they have all over Israel
1st Hike on Mt. Meron
An old wine making hole. Eli is standing where you would crush the grapes and the wine would flow into the lower hole.
The people of Zefat think the next Messiah will pass though this spot.
Super Jew wax candle.
Another Hike, I think this is the Golan Heights.
An old Syrian Bunker
We went for a wine tasting.
Jewish Section of Old Jerusalem
An old map of the old city.
A painting of the market place.
Israeli telling us about his school
The western wall
Getting my tefillin on
Omer, one of the soldiers who joined our group.
The wall at night on Shabbat.
Prayers outside the hotel to end Shabbat.
Stores on Ben Yehuda St.
Chillin in the hotel.
The Knesset- Israeli Congress
The family of a captured soldier
Yad Vashem- The Holocaust Museum
The Soldiers left us that night.
Masada at the crack of dawn.
The sun rising.
Eli doing his morning prayers.
Below the line is original above is reconstructed.
The lowest McDonalds in the world.
At the Dead Sea.
not a real gun
Border with Jordan.
Around the fire.
Zoe and Me chillin on a Camel.
Yet another hike.
Ibex in the wild.
Relaxing in the sun
Very small caves we climbed through.
The beach in Tel Aviv from the hotel.
Night out in Tel Aviv
Where Israel was born.
Markets in Tel Aviv
Test driving the cars.
The place where Yitzhak Rabin was shot.
Sunset in Tel Aviv
The celing at the resturant we ate at the last night.
Aroma - Israeli Starbucks
The View from my hotel room.
The Great Pyramids of Giza
The light show from the roof of our hotel
Sailing in a felucca on The Nile
Another Camel ride
Our tour leader
Learning Arabic letters and numbers in the Nubin Village
Playing football with the locals
He just reached in and grabed the baby one
I would only hold the one with its mouth held shut
Dinner in the village
Abu Simbel - Temples built by Ramses II for him and his Wife
Philae temples - This one was built by the Egyptians (and one by the Greeks, and one by the Romans.)
The Egyptologist telling us about the temples
Numbered marker from when they put the temples back together like a puzzle.
The High Dam which provides Egypt with 60% of their energy
The Nile from the dam
View of the whole Karnak temple
Alexander The Great, who added himself to the temple to show he was the son of the god Amun Ra.
Alexander collecting the "seed of the nation" from Amun Ra
Hot Air ballooning over Luxor
Queen Hatshepsut's Temple
Sunrise over The Nile
Valley of The Kings from above
The road the pilot landed us on
Queen Hatshepsut's Temple from the ground
Colossi of Memnon
Peaceful Protesters in Luxor
Our bus driver telling the Military that we are tourists and asking them to let us through so we can get out of Luxor. Last Picture I have of Egypt, there were reports of cameras being taken and destroyed.