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Not much to report today! It was a "free" day, basically meaning we had no set plans or places to go to everyone was on their own. Bridal party and family were busy doing last minute arrangements, half of the group decided to go up to the beach for the day but we opted instead to have an "alone" day. We hadn't really spent much time alone since arriving in Lebanon so figured this would be our chance to go exploring ...
... filters have been useful for literature and other cultural things. Just Isabel and I went back a few weeks later to watch a film about dreams, it was **** but more serious. It was interesting to think about the subconscious and it's meaningfulness though. We saw the pope, we had to queue for 5 hours and sit on the floor. There were lots of annoying nuns who kept poking me and looking at my book. It was fun and a good spirit was about. We saw the president ...
... bar. The room looked to hold about twenty people at maximum capacity. Aside from us, there were only two other patrons. Both sitting and talking with Moe.
Neil and I kept to ourselves for a little while, reminiscing in the corner. When the other two patrons left, Moe asked us where we were from. He said that he lived in Los Angeles for awhile. Neil ordered a beer. We followed up with small talk about the ...
This evening we gather for a celebratory drink, and to say farewell to one of the members who is not continuing on to Jordan. We share favorite memories, and there are many! Amine and Ali join us for our farewell dinner tonight at Karam in downtown Beirut. It is a fabulous feast with the table absolutely piled with dishes of every variety. I especially enjoyed the chicken livers done in some sort of currant sauce (sweet), and the raw ...
... neglected Mina Beach "resort". Chewing gum smeared on the
television speaker and duct taped glass on the balcony door was one of
the amenities the resort included. On the plus side the sounds of the