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... maps, surveying, data(bases), coding, geostatistical analysis and, importantly, map comedy. We found that it was good for discussion last time to have some people attend that were not part of the mapping industry. Please feel free to invite friends/colleagues who do not make maps professionally. Looking forward to seeing you there!
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... de and the surroundıng hills. The thıng that stıcks out the most ıs the statue of Mother Mary on a large platform. The staırcase however looks lıke ıt belongs on a tall block of flats ın an estate. Rıght at the end of the town are the Berdawnı Resaurants whıch lıne the rıver. Thıs was pretty much the only place I saw other tourısts (whıch there were a lot of). I gave them a ...
... the way out the door, we exchanged phone numbers and had plans to meet at Beirut's famous B-018 club the next night.
Saturday was a day of walking for us. It was perfect weather, so we walked from Achrafieh through the downtown area to the corniche (or water front). The closet thing the corniche could be described as, is a huge version of Charleston's battery. We walked and walked, past two marinas, two ...
... belongs to from their area of residents! Maybe that is due to the long years of civil war which residue of disputes and conflicts still lingers on within today’s Lebanese modern society. Each significant group finds it hard to trust and open up to another and that makes it a harder task for the lone traveler to mingle with the local society and intensify the fearsome of getting a stiff jaw due to the lack of the necessary conversational exercise!
... has also managed to send and receive text messages after all. In the end the dust on the dashboard was enough and we gathered that he was saying something (what?) about the 2006 war and we nodded with feigned acknowledgement. Then he stopped to grab a coffee. Back on the road, coffee in hand, he decided to turn up the radio and turn the car into a disco, dancing and clapping along to the music leaving the steering wheel to its own devices for large sections of road at a time. A ...