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... all plump shells not crushed by cars. Given the majority of the ones I left behind were squashed, and a crushed shell takes up about 1/3 (33%) less space, we might say there are actually ((88/4)+((88-(88/4))-((88-(88/4))/3)))= 66 shopping bags of shells on the Trail. This is still kind of useless for understanding scale though so let's talk in terms of car boots. From my memory of growing up, a typical family ...
... civilazation must be near. We accidently reached a tiny tiny town and were met by a man that was singing as he approached us. We called him the crazy uncle and somehow I managed to communicate with him through his half arabic half French explanations of where we were. We were lost, that’s for sure, not even close to where we were supposed to be. But he saved us, giving us water and some fruit and I chatted with his daughter in French. ...
... this country and its people. Australia is not just a faraway country that people hear of occasionally in the media… it’s a country where their families live, it’s a place they do visit or would like to visit sometime soon, and it’s a place that provided refuge during a time of war. I can hardly think of a meeting where the stranger we met did not have a relation living in Australia. Today we hitched a ride back from a day’s skiing in the cedars and I ...
... dishes, and bread. Christine made a
couple of falafel sandwiches to take on the road and several days later
in Lebanon she was still in possession of them. We stopped off at City
Stars Mall en route to the airport. What can you say, it was ...
... since people decided to fill the entire coastline with not-so-beautiful hotels.
We go back down and drive to the north of Lebanon, the monastery called "Sayidet el Nouriyeh". The area is full of fields with cactuses and cedars and we can see Tripoli, the second city of the country, on the coast.
We drive back south and see the Phoenician walls, then have a lemonade in Batroun. That stuff is pretty damn ...
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