Israel Part IV- Transforming fiction to reality

First of all, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year guys! Thank you so much for the likes and support you guys have given to this blog, especially for the Israel posts. So, without further ado, here is the fourth installment.

If you haven’t seen the first, second, and third installment to my adventure in Israel, be sure to check them out!

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Israel Part III- Transforming fiction to reality

So the day has finally come to see one of the natural wonders of the world, the Dead Sea. But our guide likes to start our mornings with a little hike, and boy am I glad he brought us here.

If you haven’t check out the first and second installments, be sure to check them out too!

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Israel Part II- Transforming fiction to reality

If you haven’t read the first installment, you can find it here.

Day 3 –  Mount Arbel

First stop of the day brought us to this gorgeous place with mesmerizing views, Mount Arbel. This is probably one of the most beautiful places I have had the pleasure to be in. The panoramic views over to the Sea of Galilee is surreal and it will be no wonder if Jesus actually spent time up here to pray.

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Australia – conquering land, air, and sea. Part III

This is the third installation to a three part series, so please read Part 1 and Part 2.

Day 7: Miles -> Gold Coast

Returning to Gold Coast also marks the end of our epic road trip. It was bittersweet, since we all can’t wait to just get our asses off the car and unto a bed. From Miles, it was another 1-2 hours drive before hitting that ever so familiar M1 expressway that we took from Gold Coast and driving through Brisbane.

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Australia – Conquering Land, Air, and Sea. Part I

The exact route we took

It has been about 3 weeks since I got back from this epic journey. However, I returned home to an ever growing pile in the in-tray and never-ending emails, it feels like punishment for enjoying life. Anyway, I’ve finally graduated and part of the celebrations (or lackthereof), my university mates planned a trip to Australia, with my man tagging along.

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