Beau Rivage Hotel
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... any worrying, experience done and dealt with, lucky escape and life lesson learnt the hard way and all that.*
The next morning I was feeling strangely calm about the whole thing, I'm trying to adopt a philosophy for 2013 quoted from Paulo Coelho to 'kiss slowly, laugh insanely, love truly and forgive quickly.' I told myself to understand that this person like all of us is imperfect and the alcohol-fuelled situation just got out of hand. This ...
... So small change of plans, we would postpone the grotto etc. for tomorrow and head into Beirut downtown for a late lunch and check out what it has to offer. The weather was great, about 25 and blue skies. Beirut itself is very modern and quite European which I had no idea to expect. It is a really cool city, there are plenty of cafes and bars and shops to wonder in and about. We had a ...
... attraction in its own right, but here it seems largely forgotten.
Nearby is the village of Deir Al-Qamar, which Colin Thubron, a perpetual travel writer, who came to Lebanon in 1967 - well before the war -, described as dilapidated. Nowadays, as so often in Lebanon, the place has been beautifully restored, and the old town centre now contains a range of attractive historic buildings – khans and ...
... to having any plans whatsoever, let alone a fully mapped out chart of the week to come. I landed with a general knowledge that Lebanon was a country with people, some of them beautiful women, there was a war but not anymore, and that Neil booked a hotel for us in an area called Hamra.
Following our email tiff, we eased into an unspoken detente. He would continue to research and carve out the itinerary he ...
... started chatting with me and told me I'd bought a really bad book for studying Arabic. I agreed. The book looked like it was printed fifty years ago and it was really boring to read. She offered to help me with my Arabic and we arranged to meet after she finished her shift at the cafe'. I'm not very good at guessing people's ages but clearly, Vanessa was much younger than me and when we met up in another nearby cafe' to have a few snacks and smoke some agileh ...