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... maps. It seems I won't be able to do it on Google Map Maker at the moment though as they seem to have locked Lebanon for editing, presumably something to do with the strife in Syria. Openstreetmap is better anyway!
Edit: I have now done this for OSM. Took about 4 hours but worth it in the end :-) I mainly used the KML from the LMT webmap but also added in ...
... Was maınly full of people actually prayıng rather than tourısts. Some stunnıng vıews of the coastlıne from here.
In the evenıng was tıme for the Shakıra concert. Now only lıke a couple of tunes but thought İ'd go for the novelıty value. Glad I dıd go. I dıd feel a bıt out of place beıng the only guy late 20's on hıs own. Surrounded by nıce company though.... Was a ...
... and it made me so grateful to have a connection to such wonderful people. They, like so many other Rotarians, have really gone out of their way to make me feel like I am a part of the community.
I went skiing in the mountains at a resort called Faraya. Faraya is only about a half hour by car outside of Beirut. The conditions were good and the skiing was comparable to many ski slopes in the US. It was a beautiful, sunny day as well, and ...
... Monday and part of Tuesday researching private foundations and organizations that offer grants to international non-profits like ours. We also have been assisting preparations for an upcoming proposal for a grant with the State Department.
Monday after work, Mrs. Moawad invited us to her house to chat with her about our internships. It was quite an honor to be invited to her house and to meet with her. She, like everyone we've met, is so warm and ...
... as well. The well known American celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain was on his way here when he had to be evacuated as the 2006 war was beginning. He has been back this year. I had kibbeh (the Lebanese national dish - a sort of mincemeat and bulgar wheat patty) and fatteh (made with yogurt, chickpeas, olive oil, pine nuts and spices). And of course an Almaza, the local beer. Nothing spectacular - but a great place. The head waiter kept saying to me "Welcome to Lebanon".