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Travel Blogs from Jounieh
... trip results in 6 bags of goods. Those nicely fill a (sedan) car boot. So next time you are at the supermarket, count 11 cars side by side and imagine each of their boots stuffed with shotgun shells. That's a lot of car boots of shells spread along the walk.
Recalling my probably offensive guess that it takes 10 shots for every kill, those 8800 shells represent nearly 1000 dead birds for the ...
We have our longest day today, as we drive north along the coast to Chekka and then turn inland to explore one of the most picturesque regions of the country – the Kadisha (Qadicha) Valley. It is also called the Holy Valley because of the number of monasteries and convents which have been built here.
We take our first coffee break at Amioun, then continue on up ...
... car to get around
the bend. In our hopes of finding the grotto we wound up back on the
main road a few minutes from the Cedars. The Cedars are a small cluster
of old trees and there is an effort to ...
... in Bylbos and did a hike through the thorn covered hills near the Mediterrenean. It was the first time I had spent any significant time outside of Beirut, and I must say that Lebanon is gorgeous. On the way back to Beirut I was fortunate to be able to hitch a ride with one of the Harrier's on his boat! As we rode back to the port we were treated to views of the shoreline and green hills. We all decided to stop and have a swim before arriving in ...
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 .....
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