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... halfway up a fairly high mountain and walking through a valley you have a constant spectacular view. You really must go there and breathe the fresh air. You can see in the photos a place we came across which was a large cave that had a town living in it. The people in it, however, were killed in an act of treachery. The town was literally flushed out by redirecting a river through the cave. As an act ...
... storıc Phonıecan port and also has a crusader castle. Now nota the port ısn,t fılled fıth tradıng or war vessels but prıvate yacts wıth constrast well wıth the ancıent surroundıngs. Next to the port were preperatıons for the yearly Byblos festıval whıch attracts bıg ınternatıonal names from the musıc world. Does look a bıt of an eyesore at the moment but probably ...
Weelllccoommeee tooooo Lebanon, they yell as they race past in their BMW's, Mercedes and old smoke blowing diesel taxi's on the mountain roads around Bcharre, a mountain town at the base of the snow covered Cedar Mountains about an hour inland from Tripoli. (No not the Libyan Tripoli, although it was our plan to be there about now!!) They should probably slow down a little as it’s a long way down, there’s a car coming the other way and we’re walking on the road as ...
We Start our day in the hotel's Cafeteria .
then go toward the coast ..
we spend the day driveing around picturesque mountain villages and eat lunch in a lovely local restrant .
at the sunset we arrived Jounieh ,, but we stuck in unbelievable traffic . and the weather was so hot and humid .....
... the border and back to Beirut. Sure enough, there was a line of taxis at the border post and as we got out of our car a small group surrounded us with much vying for attention and haggling over price. Although against our instincts, this time the most insistent (infuriating?) man had his way and we agreed to a price for him to take us all the way home. So began the most amusing section of travel that we have had since arriving in the Middle East. First there was the border ...