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... charged with getting cucumbers and they only sell very small ones here do I got a kilo of them. It was fun chopping them and learning all the spices to make fatoush. Afterwards we got to eat it too and it was really good! We had been looking forward to that evening as we had net a guy at our fave snack bar who was a director and told us to come to see his film on women's rights that Friday. I questioned him alot on it, and didn't think his views were completely helpful, he was ...
... Tripoli just in time for sunset, but after driving in frustrating circles for over an hour, gave up on the place and headed back south to try and find a hotel elsewhere. This decision resulted in a night spent in a very sketchy hotel a few kilometers from Tripoli.
November 6th-7th: Our travels took us high into the Mt. Lebanon Mountains, where we based ourselves in the town of Bcharre. From Bcharre, it was just a short drive to the ...
... whole way i just could not get over how beautiful this place is. on one side the coast and above the mountains...for some reason, it was hard for me to believe it is bordered by syria to the north and israel and palestine to the south. you can get there by car or teleferique.
we then headed off to byblos (or jbail), an ancient city about 40km from beirut. it is said to be the oldest inhabited city in the world. historically it was known ...
... set of hilltops during the 2006 conflict with Israel. The open-air museum is well laid out and seems to have been generously financed (Iran?). Our guide, Hassan, was very courteous and open in answering all my questions but of course his opinion was heavily slanted against Israel. There was a wide variety of weaponry on display including an ruined Israeli tank and an American anti-tank TOW missile system. The tour was quite interesting although, once again it was ...