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    Glad it helps. The guesthouse in Arbel was very nice and worth basing yourself there for a few nights, as the quiet, village life is great after being in cities. They have an excellent if expensive restaurent for breakfast and dinner. The shop in...
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    LOL. Thanks for this. I stayed an extra day near Arbel after finishing the trail and did some extra walks in the hills, around where Herod put down Jewish rebellions. All very interesting and perfect weather, and only a few fly tipping areas...
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    Day 3: An exhausing third day finished off this walk, with mixed results! I left the dorm at 8.00am, having booked a second night. It was a very wise move to not have to carry the whole rucksack all day, as it was quite sunny and warm, and there...
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    Ah, apologies. I thought it was a universal term. It must be a British term, meaning dumping lorry loads of rubbish by the side of a quiet road or out-of-the-way track where you can't be seen, usually because it costs money to dispose of large...
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    Day 2 .... I left Kafr Kanna at 8.00am in the rain at the start of the first thunderstorm, which turned out to be a recurring theme all day long. Fortunately, I have all the right gear with me for this eventuality, and it certainly made for a...
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    I hope this one gets better, after day one! Got to Nazareth yesterday. There is zilch to keep anyone here in this gridlocked sprawl of a city, except for a couple of new churches and some holes in the ground, said to be where Mary may have...
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    Golly gosh! I’m killing the afternoon in Egypt, waiting for my evening flight back to Blighty and started re-reading these posts of the Camino last year. This really was a fun walk and met so many nice people. And of course, we are soon into the...

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