Four Points by Sheraton Le Verdun
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... room. It's now past 1030pm and the guys have gone out for one last night of craziness. Most of the girls are calling it a night since we need to be in the lobby by 7am to head to get our hair/makeup done (yikes!) It's going to be a very busy day tomorrow so you may not hear from me until Sunday earliest for wedding updates whenever I'm able to roll out of bed.
So talk to you all earliest Sunday! YALLY BYE!
... about leaving, Isabel and I watched a few films and I started to feel more adventurous. Elie picked me up with his sister and I went to the airport for 6. My flight left at 9 after being delayed. It was a nice flight and the carrot cake was amazing. I read my gellhorn about a lady and man on a plane who kiss so that was funny. Then I arrived and was scared, but the airport was classy and all the people were very friendly and helpful, although there were a lot ...
... Beirut Marina and enjoying the view (some seriously expensive watercraft here, most likely owned by minted Saudi's), having a tea with mint (and 2-3 heaped teaspoons of sugar), going bullet hole spotting, eating a delicious dinner in Gemmayze on the main sprit, people watching as you spend 1.5hrs eating and drinking and end the night in a pub (or 5) before you head back to the hotel while trying not to get run over by locals ...
... I was out with other women. She was so jealous. I couldn't have any friends or it would send her into a rage. Man or woman it didn't matter. If I made some friends, even just other men, she would accuse me of going with them to pick up other women. I had to stop talking with other people. It was miserable. Nobody can live like that. It's not a life. I had to leave. She wasn't going to get any better. Just worse." ...
Our restaurant tonight is Feluka, located by the Corniche and near the Sporting Club Swimming Center. We walk in the door, and are greeted with an ample display of fish on ice that were swimming only hours ago. We select quite a variety and have small tastes of each kind. I have to say this is the first night I am not totally overdone as we leave the restaurant.
As we drive back ...