All posts for the month November, 2022

Liberal and Conservative Countries

All the countries below I have visited except North Korea. LIBERAL United States – The US is a highly liberal country though it is quite segregated. The segregation has more to do with income and social-economic status than mistrust among the races (though there is some of that). The whites have a much higher income […]


11/20/13 Eilat was the final leg of my Israeli/Palestinian trip. It is a mainly Jewish city. In total spent four weeks in Israel and four weeks in Palestine. Eilat is the southernmost city in Israel and borders both Jordan and Egypt. I spent one night at a hostel before taking a taxi to the Egyptian […]


11/11/13 After Tiberius, I did a combination of hitchhiking and taxi back to Nazareth. Hitchhiking for some reason wasn’t as easy this time around, so I had to end up using taxis for the most part. I got back late, though the distance from those two points wasn’t very far. I spent a night back […]

The Jesus Trail

The Jesus Trail is a 65 km path from Nazareth to Tiberias. It was supposedly where Jesus walked during his ministry. This trail was not something I had planned to do until basically the last minute. I tend to do things on the go. My plans continuously changes. Me and a couple of German women […]


I visited this kibbutz by the Sea of Galilee. This kibbutz is considered the mother of all kibbutz. It is the oldest socialist Zionist farming commune in Israel. I spent about an hour there. Below are some bizarre things from that kibbutz. An Israeli-Jewish family on tour.


Scenes of Bethlehem and vicinity. Bethlehem is located in the West Bank, Palestine and close to Jerusalem. It is right on the Israel border. Bethlehem is reputed to have been the birthplace of Jesus. It has the largest Christian population of any West Bank city. Arab Christians were 85 percent of the population in 1947. […]