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We drive south along the coast from Beirut this morning, turning east into the mountains and arriving at Deir el Qamar for a walk through the village. We explore the Marionite Church, the central square, and talk with a souk merchant who is pruning a thistle-covered vegetable that is only available for about one month every season and thus in high demand. He uses scissors to cut off all the sharp nettles, and hands me a bud of ...
... that I don't have any onward plans made yet, so I'll just take it as it comes. I already knew Seraphine (from the daytrip to Ma'loula) and Sam (from the trip to Quneitra) but the rest of the crew is also great and I'm sure that we'll make it a great adventure all together! I’m glad though that I am not the only foreigner joining this trip, as only Rami, the director, speaks English – the production crew speaks Arab only. ...
... studying for all those years time to enjoy time for yourself. All together the time in Italy was not the best, the people were not friendly and were really to them self. When getting south of Rome that improved but not much. So when we got the ferry from Brindisi (Italy) to Igoumenitsa (Greece) we knew that it would be different from there. And so it was, the Greek people were very helpful with information and spoke good German and English. What was a down side ...
... bags you use when you aren't too sure about the sheets!
We arrived on a Saturday, which saw the party getting started on the local street bars quite early. The people are friendly although I do have to understand that sometimes the culture is for that surly looks and they aren’t really that pee’d off with me asking for the menu!
The downtown area of Beirut is being completely rebuilt; steadily removing the ...
Our Monday plan was to tour one of the major Lebanese wineries and then see some Cedar trees with our own eyes. As a result we were up, ready, out, and on a bus by 9:00am. A service (aka share) taxi for 2,000/each...a minibus for 4,000 each ("musharafeye")...and off in the direction of Zahle for some vino.
Ksara was a short bit before Zahle and home to the Ksara Winery, Lebanon's oldest winery and also one of the most well known. Some fast facts: the area of the ...