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This was a short trip but we saw a lot in the tight time frame. Our hotel was in the Jounieh area which was like seaside practically. We woke up the next morning and by chance hired a driver that took us around to several places and had an amazing tour of Byblos, Jounieh, and Jietta Groto caves.The driver's name Gassan and he took us around to places to eat and site ...
... Lebanese and white and look western. All poor workers are Ethiopian or indian. Very unusual to see other Asians. The entire city is surrounded by mountains so it feels nestled and facing directly out onto the mass of ocean. We went to elis to watch a film about dmt and it was weird and 80s but it was very interesting, afterwards sophie and bastion were very dismissive of drugs but I pointed out that I felt it was an interesting perspective on perception and ...
... hesitantly followed, certain it would be a one drink stop for him. True, it was womanless, but the fluorescent colors and black lights didn't really suit his idea of a genuinely derelict bar.
Moe took our order once we sat. In a few minutes he returned with Neil's whiskey over ice and my water and apple with mint shisha. We were both doing alright. The DJ spun decent club music from turntables set up next ...
... things happen. However, Russia is very far from here and I have a lot of ground to cover before that. So in a few days from now I'll be in Istanbul with my big red suitcase that hasn't seen the light of day in a very long time. Beirut deserves to be back on the map as the Paris of the Middle East that it once was, so come and discover this part of the world and find out why it's the most happening place in the Arab world. I'll definitely be back - insh'allah. ...
... br> finally reached Sidon (Saida) only to be told that the two hotels were
full. It felt like smaller Tripoli with a bigger middle finger pointed
at us. We hopped back in the car and drove a few km north to ...