The presenters once again put on their bulletproof vests and helmets and set off. The door of the cargo hold opens, much to the discomfort of the presenters, particularily Richard who freaks out. They hit the road, fast. It's a case of many are called, but few are chosen 1:11:54 1:11:58 and many who are first shall be fourth, 1:11:58 1:12:01 and many who are third will actually kick down into second. Nintendo released only a few details at that time, saying that the console would have two separate, 3-inch display panels, separate processors, and up to 1 gigabit of memory. Elsewhere, Clarkson tries out both the and the on the track, while is the latest star setting a lap time in the Kia Cee'd. Jordan is named after the , where Jesus is said to have been , the origin of the rivers name is debated, but the most common explanation is that it derives from the word yarad, found in and other languages.
The producers inform them that the Kurdish insurgency is attempting to reclaim the southern provinces of Turkey and that the region has been declared a war zone. Finally arriving at the Sea of Galilee the presenters take in the beauty of their surroundings before spending the night on the shores of the sea. The only solution was to travel from Syria into Jordan and then from Jordan to Israel. The presenters set out, ironically in the wrong direction, in a row. As Israel will not allow cars registered in its surrounding neighbours to enter its borders, they must buy cars from Georgia before flying to their destination in the back of a Russian cargo plane. These dangers were only eliminated when Israel occupied the neighboring in the 1967 , near the present-day village an important archeological site from the culture has been excavated The kibbutz operates a holiday resort and a fish restaurant. The name was into Al-Urdunn during the , during rule, it was called is a in northern.
However, it was only to users of. I am going to take the door linings off and fill the doors with sand. It is also one of the first times Top Gear discovers how horribly wrong things can go, as the hosts are forced to flee from a group of rednecks that threaten the hosts and the crew. Most of the Top Gear specials have a lot of risk to them, but this one is arguably the riskiest of them all. Landing at in by , the presenters face an extensive array of barriers and so find themselves trying to find a safe route to their final destination. Have a flick through the gallery and tell us what your favourite is below.
The , translated from the , derives from the same Greek text as the original , in the , this is updated to on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests. Richard was in charge of gold, James of frankincense, and Jeremy was to find myrrh. The good news is we'd love to hear your pitches. Scripted or not, the journey to the North Pole is a grueling one, and the dangers were very real — so is the desolation. Soon after it begins to rain and the road becomes incredibly slippery.
Prayer flags are in abundance and can be flying from the tent roofs. There, they break out a map and decide that it is too dangerous to drive directly to Bethlehem, as it would involve traveling through the heart of Iraq and past the Al-Qaeda stronghold of Mosul. Hold on, I can't see anything. The presenters are forced to rethink their route and head aimlessly down the road in search of a hotel. The pilot of the plane aborts the initial landing and pitches upwards sharply to retry pushing all of the presenters forward.
The presenters find themselves travelling along a small path surrounded by enormously tall walls. There is plenty of danger all around them, and there are numerous restrictions, but ultimately their journey is a fairly tame drive from Iraq to Bethlehem. Along with sunburn, he also got a few surprises. The presenters later arrived at the Syrian border at which James' Z3 broke down again and would not start; as a result Jeremy had to push James' car with his own across the border. At the border the cars are checked by sniffer dogs.
The name Jordan appears in an ancient Egyptian called , the lands of modern-day Jordan were historically called Transjordan, meaning beyond the Jordan River. Jordan is a relatively-small, , almost-landlocked country with a population numbering at 9. You won't be able to. The bad news is we'd have to pay you in hugs and high fives. The top of the tent has an opening that is used to let smoke out. Whilst stuck in traffic near the hotel Richard boasts about the reliability of his Fiat so, after reaching the hotel, Jeremy and James decide to tamper with his car.
The ridge acts as a , and its side is the beginning of the. Note: Jonathan Ross' Power Lap was originally planned for Series 15, but for unknown reasons it was postponed until this series. It is generally considered significant that this message was given to shepherds and this is very common in the West, though the Magi are very often omitted. In the coming months, and a new set of co-hosts will take over Top Gear, and the trio of original hosts will appear in a. The presenters head into the mountains near the Iranian border, pulling over to put the roofs on their convertibles up. The customs officers question Richard on the bullet in a tense exchange however, they let him go after discovering that it is simply a lighter.