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... for his crime, the man that did it set up the Hawqa hermitage. There is history in this valley everywhere.
As you can see in the photos of the last section, the LMT has maps. They are made by Ecodit and I really like them. They were lucky enough to get a lot of data from the Lebanese military, such as contours and town locations. They have colours showing land use classes as well, ...
... environment. It was blissful. On the other hand, it also made me a little nervous. Considering my brother just broke his tibia snowboarding in Colorado, I couldn't help but think, "who is going to find me when I break my leg?" or "Are there mountain lions around here?"and even "I have no idea where I'm going and the trails are not well marked, so what happens when I get lost?" Luckily, none of the above happened, and it was ...
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With full bellies, we headed off into the unknown. Everywhere we turned there were army guys with guns at the ready, armed security guards, road blocks, tankers or a combination of all of the above. Heavy security was evident and less people out on the street was noted. Did I feel safe or unsafe. I was not sure, perhaps a nervous feeling in my tummy sometimes, like when we ended up walking through a bunch of army guys on patrol and ...
Wow today was as full a day as one can possibly have. We got started very early on "Libnaan time" which was around 10AM. We planned to leave at 9AM but didn't make it. I told Alain "we are so late" but he said "this is normal for Libnaan, Chris. Don't worry." So we got in the car and were off to the highest mountains of Libnaan in the north of the country to see the famous cedar trees that are on the flag of the country.
It was a ...
... they were cleared and reopened to the public in 1995.
We met up with Rima, Ghassan’s sister along with two of her kids, Serena and Karim. She was one beautiful and classy woman and she made us feel instantly welcomed. She drove up this winding mountain road to Harissa. She told us that during the month of May, many Christians visit the gigantic white painted bronze statue of the Virgin of Lebanon, whose arms ...
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