Merab Hotel, Kfardebian
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... It is quite moving.
Nevertheless the country is growing and prospering. Downtown Beirut is full of buliding cranes and construction everywhere. apenthouse aprtment in downtown is around $5,000,000. I did put the right amount of zeroes.
The crime here is less than in the states. No child abductions, people going into where they work and killing people, or anyone shooting up a movie theater. I am ashamed on where ...
... stayed here – perhaps because there was no other option, but that aside. The hotel was requisitioned by the Germans in WWI, and by the Allies in WWII. Now it is mostly faded grandeur. The rooms are not very clean anymore, and not that well maintained – peeling paint, moulded bathroom ceilings. The doorman and the sweeper seem to be from its heydays, both are pretty old, and can certainly not carry heavy suitcases up the stairs ...
... 8211; an OK hotel, but not more than that, and with the enormous draw-back that it didn’t serve alcohol. I can imagine that in Arab countries, or in Pakistan – although even in Pakistan foreigners can drink in certain parts of the better hotels – but in Lebanon this seems rather overdone, even in more conservative Tripoli. Certainly, the television in the dining room was not censored, and showed ...
Sydney I replied and this is for sure nothing new, we had kids in Ethiopia who could guess that we were from Sydney or Melbourne. But then he said....Oh so, are you from Liverpool?... Casula?... Fairfield?... Bankstown?
He could tell from the smile on my face that I was impressed......these people know stuff about ...
We have spent today wandering around the old city, sunbathing on the beach (its about 25 degrees here), drinking freshly squeezed orange juice and trying to decide if we want to cycle to a village tomorrow that is 1400 metres above us in the mountains.
In other news we start work at Black Sail YHA in Cumbria on the 1st March. I know this is slightly different to the advertised programme but for those of you who know us (which i assume is ...
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