Le Commodore Hotel
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... the country how amazing it is to go anywhere and have no smokers around you. We were stuck with 4 smokers at our table alone and I guess my system isn't used to it, my nose swelled up and clogged and I began sneezing non stop. It was awful. Eventually they opened up the door to the patio and so the air cleared up but I definitely did not enjoy it while I was there. The worst part ...
... we also ordered some Lebanese pastries. Next stop was the Raouche public beach. On arrival here, the sand was found to burn the soles of our well wandered feet, and a sign advised us not to swim in the sea. However, we were almost so pleased to have found it that this in itself was enough of an achievement for one day and we made our way back to Saifi in time for Em's afternoon tutorial. ...
... some time or another teamed up
with, or against, the Christians or the Muslims of this country, openly supported by Syrians, or by Israelis, and secretly by who-knows, who-knew-then? And after the civil war, there were the multiple incursions from Israel, violently trying to annihilate the rocket-firing Hezbollah-faction backed by Iran. Throw in hundreds of thousands of Palestinian refugees, amongst them the PLO, at least part-instigator of ...
... couldn't move. The woman sat in front of me. She said she knew I wasn't American and wanted to know what I was doing in Russia. I kept telling her I was only going to Moscow to see my wife. They didn't buy it. She wanted to know why an American going to Moscow would be in this part of the country. I didn't really have a good answer either. They got impatient and started pulling me loosely toward the door. I kept stalling. ...
... re very angry at them. Next
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