Moevenpick Hotel Beirut
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... the Bulldog for a couple pints of Almaza (Lebanese
beer). To make matters worse, a girl walked into a bar passing out cans
of a new energy drink called "Pussy" I'm sure Sonny's mom wasn't overly
impressed. It was time to call it a night. ...
In the morning I let an English student of Arabic and Political Sciences from my hostel use my laptop to contact Hezbollah's public relations office.
Then my plan is to see Achrafiye, a modern part of town, but that's not going to happen.
Walking on Rue Gouraud in Gemmayzeh, where all the bars and restaurants are, I pass by a restaurant called "Le Chef", which is known for its typical good food for fair prices.
I walk in and join a long-haired Lebanese guy, Ely, who ...
This week has been another very enjoyable week. That is two in a row, which is pretty much a record since we arrived in Beirut. Work is going well. There is absolutely no sign of any more rain whatsoever. The chance to escape into the cool and peaceful environment of a swimming pool is proving to be a perfect antidote to the heat and noise of the city and is helping us to feel healthier. I have been winning at squash, except for yesterday, for which ...
... In places, we swung by just a metre or two from balconies and, had we had a long stick with us, we probably could have stolen some of the washing that had been hung out there to dry. We crossed the motorway, watching the cars weave erratically as always. Then the path of the cable became much steeper and we headed over treetops, climbing at an amazing rate with the wide arch of the bay sweeping out below us. At the top, with the assistance of a ...