Monthly Archives: September 2012

Wall Museum-Bethlehem

As we approached Claire’s place, lining the huge grey walls are a series of short ‘stories’. These are accounts by different Palestinians about the occupation. Please read them all if you can. All photographs courtesy of Richard Saint. Thank you. … Continue reading

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“Oh Little Town of Bethlehem.”

Our second full day took us to Bethlehem. I was so excited to be visiting here, this place that almost every child sings about at Christmas. As I have mentioned before I loved my bible stories and felt like Bethlehem … Continue reading

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continued….

Through the other side and for the first time we saw other tourists. They were taking a rest at the side of the road, some of our group began to chat to some of them. One of our group popped … Continue reading

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The week began….

I am now going to back track a bit on my blogs. Sorry they are jumping about a bit in time. Our first day after arriving in Palestine was to go and see Hebron. This town was a 15 minute … Continue reading

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The Wall

All photographs were taken by me as we walked the Wall between Bethlehem and Jerusalem. No other words needed.

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And worse it got….

By now the three of us were feeling really tetchy and ready to leave the area, but Manal had other plans and led us upwards towards another house. “this must be it” she muttered to herself as we scrambled up … Continue reading

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And the day just continued……

We exited the car and once again climbed the hill to the settler’s area. These once bustling streets, now have only a handful of people walking them. If you look very carefully to the bottom right of the picture you … Continue reading

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