Byblos Sur Mer
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Today I went on a tour and what a tour it was! I thought I'd had the best experience that could be in the Fall Trek along the Lebanon Mountain Trail a fortnight ago but so much amazingness was packed into this day trip it would have to rank as the highlight of Lebanon for me.
We visited the biggest cave I've ever been to, Jeita Grotto. Last year I saw some pretty stunning caves in Asia (Thien Cung Grotto in Ha Long Bay, ...
... stalactites. We wondered through the upper grotto on foot completely amazed at the beauty of the cave. It was then onto the lower cave where you can only take a boat ride through. Again it was really beautiful. Unfortunately photography is not allowed inside the caves and there are staff members the whole way through. Oh well I took plenty of mental piccys and you should definitely check out the magical world ...
... 305;t strange seeıng a few gırls ın Hıjabs ın the crowd. If Islam forbıds showıng haır İ'm pretty sure ıt'll ban Shakıra too. Probably hıghlıghts the fact ıts not really a relgıous symbol for many people. She dedıcated the concert to her father who's Lebanonese. She ıs just one of mıllıons of the Lebanonese dıaspora ın Latın Amerıca (and elsewhere).
... the (papyrus) book." The present day city is now known by the Arabic name Jubayl or Jbeil (جبيل), a direct descendant of the Canaanite name.
... to bother you. Where are you from?" "Canada."
"Canada?! Oh wow! I really want to go to Canada. Can I bother you with
a couple questions?" "Sure." "When I fill out my immigration form
should I tell them that I am a police officer here?" "Of course, it's a
respectable position." "I want to be a barber in Canada. Do you think it
is a good idea?" "Of course, Canada needs barbers who know how to give a
proper shave. I think it's ...