The recent devastating happenings
in Eilat have made me nostalgic enough that I shall subject my readers to further slideshows from Israel. The Red Sea/Eilat portion. I will not apologize. It is one of my favorite places on earth. And is spectacular for people watching, though I have not included most of my people watching/make fun of Mediterranean people photos....today. They have enough issues without me laughing at their hammer pants.
|View of the port and Red Sea from my balcony.|
Egypt is in the background.
| sunset/night view of port|
Egypt is back there behind the buildings.
|Sunrise view opposite night view.|
In the background is Jordan and the Port at Aqaba which was also bombed.
|Eilat underwater observatory|
Jordan in the background.
|At the "petting" portion of the aquarium|
|reef at Eilat|
|from the top of the underwater observatory "There's Bill's boat!"|
Jordan in the background. Starting to get a clue about how closely these people live and how serious this is?
|Angel, rockin' the turtle eggshell|
|Smell the Bedouin.....Feel the Bedouin|
The Bedouin are virtually the only peacekeeping force in the portion of Egypt which borders Israel right now. Tell me: does this look like a peacekeeping force? Peaceful, yes. Peacekeeping? Um, no.
|Cassandra in Stepford|
|Smokin' some serious hooka|
| Bungee cannon on the boardwalk|
|Bridge sign. Speaks for itself.|
Broadening horizions increases compassion. Today I weep for Eilat.
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