No matter what your faith or beliefs may be, everyone that comes to the Holy Land can appreciate that Christmas in Bethlehem is a special time of the year. The older I get and the more I work as a tour operator, the greater I appreciate the fact that I am indeed very fortunate to have been born, raised, lived in and am still living in Bethlehem.
Very soon, I’ll be busy not only guiding around groups visiting Bethlehem during Christmas but also spending time with my own family and friends as we come together as we always do during this time of year. Wherever you are, whatever your faith and traditions may be, I hope that you will be well and that you will continue to follow this blog next year as I continue to share with you all the interesting places that my work as a tour guide brings me to.
Best wishes to you as we close out 2019, and bring in 2020 in the weeks to come….and may I see you in the Holy Land soon.
From Bethlehem, I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.