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... halfway up a fairly high mountain and walking through a valley you have a constant spectacular view. You really must go there and breathe the fresh air. You can see in the photos a place we came across which was a large cave that had a town living in it. The people in it, however, were killed in an act of treachery. The town was literally flushed out by redirecting a river through the cave. As an act ...
... be the only people on the entire lift. We don't ski together, because of different skill levels, and I often found myself the only person on a lift and the only person skiing the run. This was incredible, serene, and peaceful.
Being alone in such incredible nature gives you peace at mind and allows you to appreciate your surroundings. While snowboarding, something that gives me such joy, I could not have asked for ...
... for the best!
Our hotel is on the "cheaper" end of accommodation and was sufficient for a 3 day trip. Our typical view was of a run down building with cement falling off it but hey, who is there for a view out the hotel room right?
First things first. Lunch. Mezze? Of course! Kibbeh, Sambousek bi labne, Rkatkat, the smoothest hommous I have had, and a great labne with mint...with loads of arabic bread (although one bite of dough is enough for ...
... auntie Nounou taught me how to play tarnib. It's an interesting and fun card game. Alain and I teemed up and split two games with Christelle and auntie Nounou.
We wanted to play one more game to break the tie but it was WAAAY too late so we decided to head for bed.
Today we are headed to the old city of Tyre. This is the place that of the final battle between Alexander the Great and the ancient Phoenicians.
The Jeita Grotto was awesome. It couldn’t believe how huge it was inside the mountain. Looking from the outside, you would never have guessed that there was any caves inside the mountain. It's said that this cave contains one of the worlds most impressive agglomerations of stalactites and stalagmites and I have to agree. It stretches some 6km back into the mountains. During the civil war, it was used as an ammunition ...