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Krak des Chevaliers

A travel blog entry by meezerman


We arrive at the castle in the early afternoon and unanimously decide to lunch before exploring the castle. An incredible lunch left no room for dinner.

The weather is windy and cold, but thankfully dry. The castle is the last-standing of the various Crusader castles built in the middle ages. Originally constructed in 1031 for the emir of …

Crusader castle and a Pro-Government Rally

A travel blog entry by alexjasonworld


... From Lattakia we needed to changes buses at Homs, but we arrived only to find that the next bus to Palmyra was not for another 5 hours. A well-spoken man offered for his brother to drive us to the castle for perhaps a little bit too much money…..but hey, he had 2 wives and 10 children to feed……he wanted the money and we decided to see the Krak after all… ...

Storming the Crusader Castle

A travel blog entry by andrew_leesia


... It’s just a bit rubbish!). We had an hour to ‘freshen up’ and Graham took us on a quick tour of the local eateries. We stopped off at an ice-cream shop. Maureen had unfortunately purchased a coconut ice-cream after thinking that she had bought a cookies and cream one. Andrew was the lucky recipient of that ice-cream :). We then headed to a juice bar (well a street full of juice bars) and Lee-Sia had a pomegranate juice – it was so good – kind of like ...

16th – 18th October

A travel blog entry by orioncassiopiea


... ceilings and marquetry furniture of inlaid mother-of-pearl, all of which were breathtaking. Other than this, however, Hama didn’t have much else to offer.

Our day trip to the Crac des Chevaliers, a fortress dating from the Crusades was fantastic. We were fortunate to have very good travelling companions, a young Australian couple, Nicola and Mark who were at the tail-end of two years of travel (a year of ...

The 70`s re`lived

A travel blog entry by passier


... skip Israel or have to skip Iran. So we are still doing research of the possibilities with the visa and all. Saudi-Arabia is impossible to travel true just for the simple resin that they don`t allow tourists at all (asshols :@). So have to skip that for sure, thing is we must fly to Teheran (Iran) or Islamabad (Pakistan). So when we resolved these questions you will now to. Hope you like the pic`s.

Greetings, Chris and ...

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