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... about the types of trees that grow there and he pointed out a number of the baby cedars which we were careful not to crush underfoot because they take so long to grow.
We came across a couple of other interesting things as well - a kiln and a cave. The kiln was in quite a state of disrepair and you would probably miss it if you didn't know. It was, as far as I can gather, ...
... ss however for the sake of my dodgy stomach and my wallet.
Next stop was Anjaar; a town a few kılometres away near the Syrıan border. Could have potentıally got there by a combınatıon of mınıbuses but thought gettıng taxı would be easıer optıon. My drıver was called Tony and really frıendly guy. We comunıcated vıa my abbysmal French and hıs lımted englısh. ...
... dozens of enormous jelly fish, hundreds of people, and eventually found ourselves tired, hungry and in front of a water front cafe.
We had a late lunch as we watched fishermen out on the rocks. We shared a meze, a mixed grill, and a shisha (hookah). We then went home, napped and prepared for our night out with our Syrian friends.
At 12:15 John and I went to B-018 to meet our Syrian friends who said ...
I can't believe I've only been here for a week and a half. So far, it's been an amazing experience. The people are really sweet and fun, my roommate is great, the city is spectacular and full of life and the program, well, it's intense, to say the least. Let's see. Last night we went out on gemmayze to some bar. there was no dancing and it was pretty packed so it wasn't really my scene but i still had a great time just hanging out ...
... we pulled over again (we had barely got 10km from the border). This time he hopped out and crossed the road to a lorry selling apples. After taking his time to select the best specimens, he came back with a bagful which he put in the boot and a handful which he passed around to us. Very generous, but the sun was starting to go down and we were starting to wonder whether we would ever get as far as Tripoli, let alone Beirut. But there were no more stops until we reached the ...