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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 ...
... better speaking skills. I'll be taking a less intensive course after the end of this course, but it was a great way to jump start my Arabic after the winter break.
My roommate and fellow Rotary Ambassadorial scholar, Noor, have become much more active in a Rotaract here in Beirut. We've been attending meetings and getting involved with projects. It's a great way to get to know other active, young Lebanese. Additionally, ...
... the view of the city.
After a salad and a beer, we walked around downtown a bit more then headed home. Once there, Nounou and I stayed up for 2 more hours talking about Lebanon and my dad and the rest of the family. It was awesome and is exactly what I came for.
Today we are off to the beach. It seems as though Patrick is getting a bit winded taking me around everywhere since its 10AM and he's not here yet! ...
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 ...
... party scene is definitely over-rated, but apparently summer is when the parties really blow up. The only thing Beirut has on most US party spots is that they serve alcohol all night. Were that the case in Austin, I have no doubt that Austin would be the party capital of the world! I'll have to go back one summer and try it out then!