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July 05, 2011


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Tania @ Larger Family Life

Wow, it looks so beautiful!


It's an amazing place, isn't it? Frightening to think that we, as humans, can destroy this wonderful natural resource within the space of a generation!
My Israel experience was a love-hate relationship. From the dead sea I got the worst ever rash and uncontrollable itch ever... but still would not have missed out on the floating!


I need a vacation. Enough said.

Rosie Scribble

I'd highly recommend Israel! :-)

Susan Mann

How amazing. The pictures are breath taking and it sounds amazing. I did not know that about the Dead Sea, I'd happily listen and I hope to visit one day. Let's hope it never disappears.

Trish @ Mum's Gone to

I would be like you in the water - I'm told I float like a brick.

Jane Alexander

Aaahhh... the desert....my soul. Beautifully put, Rosie... You need to get your top ten deserts sorted now.. ;)

Midlife Singlemum

That flat plain in the last photo used to be entirely covered in water. That's how serious the situation is. Your photos are wonderful - I'm so pleased you had such a great time. And you have a place to stay in Jerusalem if you ever come back. Rachelxx


I've been following your blog posts and updates about the trip, and it all sounds fascinating. I love your description of the desert, and I would have paid good money to see your stumble in the dead sea :-)

Jo Beaufoix

Rosie it looks so beautiful and alien. What an experience. x


Thank you so much for sharing this. Your description makes me want to go myself.

Kate Takes 5

Sounds amazing. How did your hair stand up to all that heat?

Rosie Scribble

Funny you should mention my hair Kate :) Here's my three-part answer: I used a heat defence shampoo and condition from the Aussie range, I avoided putting mud on my hair as it gets dried out and then becomes knows as Dead Sea hair, and I wore a hat! Important to maintain any sort of sleekness as I am sure you already know! :)

Rosie Scribble

I laughed out loud at your comment nSM. From now on I am charging £50 quid a time to anyone you wants to view footage of me stumbling in the Dead Sea. Obviously if demand if high I will up my price. #notdaft

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