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... and gay rights. We were surprised to hear about it here but the woman was very inspiring and we learned a lot about the conditions of women in the middle east. It was very strange to watch, what would have been a very progressive and shocking film in the Uk, in beirut but we were all very impressed, and even though it's in Arabic, want to find the magazine to buy. The next day we were getting up at 6 to go to the mountains with Bastian and his friends do we went straight to bed that ...
... the park rangers and ended up doing a very short walk through just a small corner of the forest.
Not doing the hike shook up our plans a bit, but ended up working out for the best. We were able to spend the rest of the day in the lovely coastal town of Sidon, working our way through the city's splendid souk and taking in a few historic sites as well.
November 11th-12th: After changing our itinerary around, we'd booked a ...
... just up the road.
after our morning meeting and before heading off to the airport the next day, Mr. A stopped at pigeons rock, a must see and popular stop for tourists and locals. if you are there long enough, you can take a boat ride and some people even climb up to jump off...it is said to be the largest solid rock formations in the world. was a beautiful sight, but more impressive, was the clarity and color of the water that surrounds ...
... driving myself), so I was pretty lucky to meet Roula and Ezzo!!
The rest of my time in Lebanon I used for a variety of daytrips: up the coast to Byblos and Tripoli, to Baalbek (where 2 days later a group of Estonian tourists got kidnapped....), and the city of Beirut (grand mosque, Pigeons rock, burial site of Rafik Harriri, national museum, etc).The sites I saw were very nice but, after seeing loads of souqs and crusader castles in the last month, they ...