Le Chateau des Oliviers
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... with an inscription here. These days crossing is by a six-lane motorway that will make you almost miss this major tourist site. The striking thing is, as Colin Thubron remarks in his 1967 travelogue of Lebanon, that every subsequent conqueror, unusually, judging by their behavior towards temples and churches, left the older inscriptions in place, without defacing them.
Just across the river are the Jeita ...
... becomes a thriving tourist destinations for Europeans, North Africans, and Asians. All of Beirut's famous shops, souks and malls are bustling with international shoppers. Well it is finally the first week of the summer season, and I'm more than ready for it!
We have had a nice weather for a weeks, allowing us a few days at the beach. Two weeks ago, John and I went to Edde Sands beach resort for a day of fun in the sun. The five star resort ...
... English conversation skills, as they've already studied English grammar in school, and they're having fun doing it! Our students are mostly our age, but they range from 15 to 45.
A typical class will have a prepared lesson plan including: a review of irregular and useful verbs in various tenses, partner dialog sessions, and class room debates. The dialog sessions are to allow the students to feel comfortable quickly asking and ...
went looking for Qauisha Grotto and ended up at the Cedars. I'm not
going to lie, driving up mountains in Lebanon is a hairy experience and
most of the time there is only room enough ...
... and a taxi the rest of the way.
We paid admission and entered the tourist frenzy - after all, this is one of Lebanon's main attractions. The first stop was the lower cave. A short walk brought us to a lake inside the cave, where there was a motorboat waiting for us. Once our boat filled up, it set out. The cave was spectacular, with massive columns, stalactites and stalagmites protruding from every wall, and the water was ...