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... a peaceful, prosperous future in Lebanon. Regarding Syria, to be honest I have been bamboozled about it. Those in the Western world looked on with a rush of excitement and hope when the Arab Spring swept through the region a couple of years ago. Syria and Egypt are obvious examples though of how it all went wrong. I've not really known why and I guess the distance of these places from me meant I didn't care very much. Walking with ...
... potatoes, basil leaves. I also imagine the size of the problems this country has, its political complexity. And that has no doubt a lot to do with the size of individual egos, also very big!. If the Lebanese could just treat each other like they treat the foreign visitor, this place would also have the biggest potential one can imagine!
With thanks to all the people who have been so incredibly hospitable during our trip.
... civilazation must be near. We accidently reached a tiny tiny town and were met by a man that was singing as he approached us. We called him the crazy uncle and somehow I managed to communicate with him through his half arabic half French explanations of where we were. We were lost, that’s for sure, not even close to where we were supposed to be. But he saved us, giving us water and some fruit and I chatted with his daughter in French. ...
... what we would do for the remainder of the weekend. Abruptly we decided we would go back to the apartment, pack an over-night bag, and leave for Faraya Mzaar by 2:30. After lunch we walked back to hotel Albergo, near our apartment, and they assisted us in booking the chalet we had found online. We also called High Taxi to arrange a driver to take us the hour trip. By 4:00 we were in Faraya checking into our ski chalet and ...
... seeing fliers for university theater, concerts, and film festivals. We have been watching these closely for anything in English- so far no luck.
John and I toured the AUB campus. It's a utopia in the midst of a bustling city. The AUB campus is enormous! It easily takes up five city blocks, and has GRASS (something you never see here), and wonderful old TREES (also rare). The buildings have character ...