Coral Beirut Al Hamra Hotel
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... it is at causing progress. Many cars have a rev(olution) counter to illustrate this, showing how many RPM (revs per minute) the engine is doing. Say the average RPM your car does once it's up and going is 2000. Say the average shopping trip is 5km, or 10 minutes from your driveway to the local Sultan Centre. That's 20,000 revolutions! Obviously this is conclusive evidence that society needs to look elsewhere than revolution for a mechanism of progress.
... and everyone was closing because it was a friday. Finally a man helped us find one and it was great, very clean and professional and cheap too. We booked manicures for right there and then, but as it was only one lady we took turned to wait or go out shopping. Isabel and I went off to look for shoes and tralled an unhealthy amount of shops before finding some nice cheap ones, sold to us by a friendly man. (Why does everyone have a son who studies medicine in London - ...
I had the most amazing flight over from Melbourne to Abu Dhabi. I was dreading the 14 hour long flight, but thanks to Yvette and a not so full flight on Etihad I was able to get 4 flat seats to myself and had my own 'sky bed' for the flight. Shortly after take off, I also made friends with 2 groups of people travelling also to Europe. One Aussie 21 year old guy from Geelong on his first overseas trip and two crazy older girls on one of their many trips!
Beirut was altogether surprising for us. I can't say I knew much about the city before coming and my only preconception was that it was a bombed out old city still scarred by the civil war. The reality is that there are plenty of buildings covered in bullet holes but the city is alive, full of great eateries, stylish people, cobblestone laneways and beautiful Parisian-style buildings. It is so much fun to ...
... program. We also discussed some side-projects working with the Children's program. The program for the children works to help educate, encourage schooling, and promote active citizenships in high-risk children. In Lebanon, many children drop out of school at early ages to join the work force. This results in 10 year old mechanics who are not literate. Read more about the Rene Moawad Foundation at www.RMF.com.lb
Friday night after dinner, John and I went out ...