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Friday, 22 April 2022



Glad the rude workers at the Sabich restaurant didn't ruin things and you spent your money somewhere that wanted your business.


glad the rest of your adventure was nice.

Kerri K

Thank you SO much for sharing all of your adventures!


REALLY enjoyed your series of Jerusalem/Holy Land posts Kirk -- I'm not at all religious, but find religion fascinating. Remarkable history there. The food (and drink) was interesting too! Thanks for the journey!


We do our best to just move on from folks like that Jason! And all did work out for us.

It was Kat!

Thank you so much for reading, commenting, and inspiring me to keep on typing Kerri!

There's just so much history here Peter! I'm glad you enjoyed these posts and do really appreciate your comments! Take care!


I'll have to get the Shakshuka too while I'm there.


Awesome Omri....if you do check this place out let me know what you think! Have fun!

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