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... Cable car to the Upper Grotto is abnormal in that it doesn't follow a loop. Instead it goes one way. Then reverses. In a gondola with a Nun and her Mum.
There are two caverns. Upper is the first stop and there's a big fuss about no photos and having to leave cameras and phones in lockers. When challenged tell security I have neither. I have big pockets. Full of concealed technology I enter.
Wow, wow, wow. Not often is my breath taken away but this ...
... and everyone was closing because it was a friday. Finally a man helped us find one and it was great, very clean and professional and cheap too. We booked manicures for right there and then, but as it was only one lady we took turned to wait or go out shopping. Isabel and I went off to look for shoes and tralled an unhealthy amount of shops before finding some nice cheap ones, sold to us by a friendly man. (Why does everyone have a son who studies medicine in London - ...
... chats, watching a bit of 'water for Elephant' which bore me to death, enjoying the wonderful Etihad customer service and food and a few long sleeps it was time for 'cabin crew to prepare for landing'. Few words that bring so much happiness to a traveller, especially on a long hall flight. There was a brief 2 hour stop in Abu Dhabi airport, before my short connecting flight to Beirut. I felt sorry for the girls who had to wait almost 8 hours for their ...
... be nice and insists that you have a free tea…..Shall I go on, I can if you like……….when we were walking down the hill from the snow a man selling fruit on the side of the road shouts welcome to Lebanon and throws us a free apple from about 50 metres away
We'll definitely remember Lebanon as a country full of friendly people and fine food....and we already can't wait to come ...
... br> Up to Jounieh and Harissa at the top of the mountain to visit a christian holy place...Our Lady of Lebanon, perched ontop of the hill overlooking Jounieh below. We climbed the winding stairs to the top for gorgeous views and some time reflecting.
However, the main point of interest for me today is Byblos (or Jbail as it is also known as). The ancient port (know a fishing harbour), Roman ...