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... she stated that the US simply encouraged the instability during the Arab Spring into something more than it was, creating a conflict that had the result they wanted, ultimately less competition for their gas businesses. Russel Brand(!) recently expanded on the idea of the US/UK/Western governments "being indifferent systems that merely just administrate for large corporations". The point of this for me is not finding out the reason ...
... L.L. 10,000), pants (L.L. 7,000), jackets (L.L. 7,000), and gloves (L.L. 4,000). We were totally outfitted in quality gear for about $25 USD, something unheard of in the States. We got our lift tickets for $35, which is also about a third of the cost in the U.S.
We got an early start, because we knew the snow would be melting by the early afternoon. The snow conditions were remarkable considering we were skiing in ...
... me where to go as we cut
across small towns to find a road to Bcharre and the Cedars. In short,
the mountain towns and valleys were scenic as the leaves were changing
color. It has been awhile since ...
... The Stone of the Pregnant and is meant to be the biggest stone in the world at 1200 tonne. It is said if a female touches it she will become pregnant. Maureen doesn’t believe in this type of nonsense so she walked straight up to it and leant on it (and luckily for us at this point in time, she is still not pregnant). Baalbek is known as the sun city of the ancient world and is the most impressive ruins in Lebanon and arguably the ...
... We reach Beirut at night and have dinner at a simple restaurant on top of a mountain.
There have been some fightings today in west Beirut and some people are trying to see from here if they are still going on, but it seems to be calm.
Seems like any private fight is made a political event my the media here.
After a short detour to Demo (a bar in Gemmayzeh), we end up, yes, you guessed it, in Torino.