Lancaster Hotel Raouche
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... plus home made desert. All the weight I worked so hard to get off before our trip i'm afraid is going to be piled back on at this rate!!! I've been eating so much carbs it's not even funny. Barely any vegetables but that's because since the tap water isn't drinkable, i'm paranoid of getting sick from veggies washed in tap water so i'm cautious of which ones to eat (mostly ones you can peel). The bride's mom did serve avocados that were grown in her backyard!! ...
... acting as
a tour guide for a small group worked her magic on the security guards
and got us in. Additionally everyone bought stuff at the gift shop
without a cashier. I'm sure the guards left a note with ...
... into the centre of town for a coffee and some people watching. They actually have military check points and roadblocks to stop cars entering the area as they are concerned about the possibility of car bombs.
Next up was the Mohammed al –Amin mosque in which slain president Rafiq Hariri is buried. Also next door is St Georges cathedral which is dated back from the crusades. Both of them were pretty spectacular in there ...
... quickly found some drivers. The first driver wanted 10,000 lira (around $7) for the three of us; we told him it was too much. He wouldn't take our offer for 6,000, so we looked for another driver.
The next guy said 4,000 per person, or 12,000 for three - even more than the previous driver. We explained that we were all going to the same place; therefore, the price should be 4,000 for the three of us. He refused, offering 12,000. ...
... we got to eat for breakfast!) and chickens, edible wild flowers that tasted like kiwi, lemon trees, orange trees, wild asparagus, and so much more. The best part was that everything was that the entire farm was organic and all of the buildings were made from recycled material that didn't harm the environment around them. We then spent the rest of the weekend going on hikes, playing with goats, learning backgammon, talking to Peter (a Belgian ...