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... for his crime, the man that did it set up the Hawqa hermitage. There is history in this valley everywhere.
As you can see in the photos of the last section, the LMT has maps. They are made by Ecodit and I really like them. They were lucky enough to get a lot of data from the Lebanese military, such as contours and town locations. They have colours showing land use classes as well, ...
... look great when fınıshed
The crusader castle offers some good panorma of the area and also has museum wıth Phoenıcıan artıfıcats ıncludıng samples of Phonıcıan wrıtıng, whıch was an early wıdely used alphabet. There were many tour groups around the castle from many places around the world.
Wanderıng through the market was maınly full of ...
... 8230;…there is nowhere else for us to stand……..I think the Lebanese have not heard of footpaths, not here nor in any of the other towns we’ve visited….never mind they always seem to miss us and give us a huge smile as they go, some even stop and ask where we are from, they seem so happy that we are from Australia.
It’s obvious to say that we have Lebanese people in Australia, we just never realized the extent of the connection we ...
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 ...
... The guard who waved us out of Syria, a smiling man in his early twenties, asked us one by one for our passports which we had just had stamped with exit stamps. He took each one in turn, leaned down to smile through the car window at us, then fingered the document gingerly as though he had never seen one before, turning through the pages to find the photo-page then studying it closely. After some thought, he cautiously read out the name he found there. Mark was first. "Mark?" the ...