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... you meet. The sections on this trek were mainly in areas of Xian sects, but on the last day we went past some Muslims, including a very kind young woman handing out sweets as part of her community's Eid celebrations. This trip, therefore, gave me an experience of kindness given by people from two different, old cults. That's a powerful, important truth. It makes me think about the trail as a kind of mental vaccine. One ...
We exhausted ourselves by early afternoon, and went for lunch at the base. We then taxied back to return our gear and check out of our hotel. At 3:30 our driver came to take us back to Beirut and we were on the Mediterranean Coast by 4:15. We easily could have done the world famous Lebanese ski and swim in the same day, but none of the beach clubs are open yet and we don't have a car to make it to the ...
Exploring Byblos we make it over some barbed wire and end up in an Armenian convent of sorts where the guard and cook speak nothing but Armenian... bizarrely enough, the convent or religious school seems to have been founded by a Danish woman. In the meantime I get in trouble with the local ...
Meet Ely for lunch, then planning to see the National Museum.
We have a coffee at Torino, then he heads back to work. As I leave Torino, I meet Rani on the street.
I tell him about the daytrips I'd like to do and he offers to take me by car.
We drive to Jounieh, a small city to the north of Beirut. From there we take the cable car (téléférique) up the hill. The cable car gets so close to the buildings ...
Last night was the first night we went to downtown Beirut. Johanna was too tired from walking around Balbaak in the sun all day to join us so Patirck, Nounou and uncle Paul all headed to downtown.
Upon arriving, I was immediately astonished at the sheer size of a new mosque that has been built squarely in downtown Beirut. It is a very large and shiny structure that you simply cannot miss.