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... present, and Syrian refugees are in Lebanon again now, twice as many as last time.
When I was walking the Lebanon Mountain Trail one of the many discussions I had with locals as we walked along was about the war. They said that one of the reasons they had the civil war was to get rid of the Syrians. This makes one wonder, then, what the Lebanese are all thinking now that so many have come ...
... across the road from the concrete watch tower and head up the hill on the tarmac road. Once at the top of the ridge we will head rightwards, to this Return Waypoint: 29.446523° lat, 47.732402° long. There are two small hills at this location. The Return Waypoint is on top of the left one. You must go to the top. See photo in this blogpost. This ...
... year. Despite the remoteness, the last 30km or so to the temple area is presented via a new, quite respectable tarmac road with a full suite of fresh markings. It seemed quite out of place from the perspective of how few people must go there, but from the perspective of the Khmer making a claim to the temple, it made sense to invest in the statement of a smart new road. The double lane highway to Iraq with streetlights all the ...
... and being licked to death by the dog.
We then all piled in the car and headed to the local beach. It's so nice to have a good stretch of beach that isn't owned by a hotel chain that charge an arm and a leg for you to use it.
We spent all day there, playing with the girls and some other children that arrived with their parents to visit Joe.
I think we rock pooled (and found sea slugs and ...
... expat needs to get anything done by a Kuwaiti a lighthearted wave of the hand and "tomorrow inshallah" is often the response. Insha'Allah is an Arabic term to indicate hope for an aforementioned event to occur in the future and translates into English as "God willing" or "If it is God's will", however more often than not in my opinion is used as an excuse to postpone the task until later usually because the person doing the task wishes it to be that ...