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After Turkey, I moved to Lebanon on 5-5-2013 . I love Lebanon so
much because we have a house there at a mountain called “alai” , and I
lived there. The must special thing about Lebanon , ...
... about 'l'eglise catholique' and walked us through a door into a big pretty church. We were so happy to have solved the mystery of the building and found a cool (temperature wise) place to sit down!
Since that interval was so successful we were encouraged to go off-piece again and took a random side-street. This was a very authentic, living area with lots of make shift shops. There were even old men sat out in the street ...
... provided schools and educational opportunities for the children in the camp. They also taught the women crafts as a way to earn a living. The crafts were sold in the American and European markets to generate income for the camp.
He showed us through the roughly one kilometer square camp. Narrow walkways twisted between concrete buildings several floors high. The sunlight never reached the lower homes. Jury ...
... also forms the Beirut Metropolitan Area, which consists of the city and its suburbs. The first mention of this metropolis is found in the ancient Egyptian Tell el Amarna letters, dating to the 15th century BC, and the city has been continuously inhabited since.
You wouldn't believe how hard it is to find an internet cafe in this country. And when I finally do, its run by an Aussie. Warning this might be a long first entry, it's a week since I left and I've covered a lot of ground, so lets start at the beginning. And it you want to save yourself some reading, just skip to the summary at the end.
For starters, I have completely over packed (which will be no surprise to those who have travelled with me previously). But ...
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