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Community-based tourism in Jericho and Palestine

A career choice, a lifestyle or both? While an increasing number of startups, hubs, incubators and investment companies are on the rise in the Palestinian business scene, tourism (in its many different forms) remains one of the oldest (and probably the most promising) industries in Palestine. Regardless of which came first, the Palestinian hospitality and …

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Morning in Jericho Palestine at Auberg-Inn by Laura Kar

Morning in Jericho at Auberg-Inn

We were lucky to meet Laura, our amazing German volunteer, again before she leaves to pursue the education of her dreams. She was kind enough to take these great shots in the early Jericho morning at Auberg-Inn and share them with us, especially of 2-day old baby donkey Raspotin, Amanda his mother, and the too-sleepy-to-be-jealous Bsasy the cat. Thank …

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Morning in Jericho Palestine at Auberg-Inn by Laura Kar

Rasputin new donkey member to Auberg-Inn Jericho family

July 28th 2015, Amanda the donkey gave birth to Rasputin, a healthy baby donkey and the new member at Auberg-Inn. Although darker in color than his mother, he still maintains her beautiful marker line of different color on the back and shoulders. Kais bottle-fed him on the first day with milk he had to squeeze …

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Jericho Water Supply Ein Dyook Auberg-Inn

Weekly Jericho water supply – Ein Dyook

At the feet of the Mount of Temptation in Jericho, lies the small village of Al Dyook Al Tahta, the neighborhood of Auberg-Inn. Other than hosting the important archaeological ruins of Herod’s Palace and Tel A-Samarat (and potentially the ruins of Palestinian homes threatened with Israeli military destruction orders), it also hosts Ein Dyook water source which …

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