Ramparts Walk and Nazareth

A few days ago, Shankha and I visited the Ramparts Walk in Jerusalem. Walking along the Old City walls gave us a bird’s eye view of both the Old City and modern Jerusalem. The views were quite stunning, don’t you think?

Afterward, we wandered around the city, stopping by some religious sites, including the Prison of Christ (no pictures were taken). We also visited the Western Wall briefly and then ate lunch at an Armenian Restaurant.

The next few days, Shankha was kind enough to cook lunch 🙂 I washed the dishes (except for the ones Shankha washed, whoops).

Yesterday afternoon, we drove up to the MEET hub in Nazareth to teach the second group of students. Ted took us around the city at night and treated us to some delicious sweets.

Stay tuned for another blog post about teaching in Nazareth!

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