Bearing Witness

Rosh Hanikra

Rosh Hanikra is right on the Lebanese boarder and has a series of wondrous sea caves. The sea caves  were originally carved by nature, but enlarge by the British for a railway during the second world war. The caves are spectacular, however if your short on cash you can walk down to the caves and avoid paying 42NIS for the cable car. Which I have not checked with the Guinness book of records, but has to be close to the shortest cable car in the world.

The coast line of northern Israel or the occupied lands of '48

The coast line of northern Israel or the occupied lands of '48

The worlds shortest cable car

The worlds shortest cable car

The sea caves

The sea caves

The Lebanese boarder

The Lebanese boarder

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December 12, 2008 - Posted by | My Travels |

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