BeerSheva, like all other towns in the desert are subjected to floods whenever it decides to rain (not often enough to grow crops properly, but often enough to cause damage). Here you can see the flood water raging through Nahal BeerSheva which divides the town of BeerSheva. This is a normally DRY riverbed. In the second and third pictures you can see the flood going OVER the bridge. To the right of the flooded bridge is an elevated walkway. This particular flood was a flash flood and when it began to flood this area the sky was clear and the water arrived without warning.
Near Beersheba and on the way to Arad (and the dead sea) there are several beduin settlements like Hura , Kuseyfe , lakya and a few more.
I am not saying that all of them are bad people but the youth is sometimes not very good people - the trying to take protection money from people who build their houses in Beersheba , omer , lehavim , some of them are driving without a driving license so dont try to argue with them on the road if they pass you on the road dangeoursly.
Some of them are veru rude and impolite , they also put things on the road during the night that car will hit the thing they put (chair , washing machine and more) so Be careful !
Beersheba is a very boring place - so hot , so primitive (to my opinion).
You can come to Beersheba only if you want to stop on your way to Eilat or Masada but not to travel here.
Every time i come to this place it is like the time stoped.