Coral Beach Hotel & Resort
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I'm now free to go home! I set myself the vague goal of saving at least enough for a house deposit before I went home or took another opportunity. Just wanted to mark the occasion that I am now free to do what I want again and have nothing to lose in Kuwait. I also got a decent tax return today, so the finance gods were smiling. I'd like to think that I can't be tempted home so easily though, so either I'll have to go on a spending spree to ...
... understood) being interviewed at the film festival. It was reaaaally good, and most of it took place on the street where we live and we recognised lots of the scenery and Beiruty characterisations. It was set in a beauty salon and afterwards we all admited that it really wouldnt be a true experience of Beirut if we didnt go to one such salon ourselves, so we decided we had better go the very next day.
On Friday it was the test, and I was very nervous, during the test ...
... was that we got to see Moby while in town. He performed at this beautiful coastal town called Byblos & we enjoyed the town so much the 1st night that we went back a 2nd time. This time with bread, cheese & wine in hand for a picnic on the water :)
Jenstar & I did a fair bit of hitchhiking in the country & while a few people simply gave us the thumbs up back, we did enjoy some luck. Coming back from Beitadine, we were picked up by a group of guys who ...
... away just to earn a living to hear of such decadent living was strange.
The next day, we went to the extremely impressive jeita grotto. This is one of the candidates for the new wonders of the world and its easy to see why. This gargantuan series of caves is awe inspiring. We walked through the cavern gawking at the staligtites and staligmites eternally striving to tough each other. We strived to imagine humanoid figures emdodied in the stone features. We got a barge ...
... bit less interesting. All these trips I organized myself by public transport. The public transport in Lebanon is very well arranged albeit a bit chaotic. If you want to catch a bus, you have to stand on the highway leading to your destination of choice, flag down any vehicle traveling in that direction, yell out the name of your destination and get in if they yell 'Yala Yala' (Arab for lets go, lets go). When you want to stop you yell at the driver, estimate the ...