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... incredible cave system, long as well as deep, with fabulous formations of stalactites and stalagmites, and all kinds of other intricate calcium-carbonate formations. The complex is, once again, tastefully lit: not like so many other cave systems that have mobilized the lighting of a fancy fair in bright red, blue and green, but full of soft lightning, earthy colours that blend well with the rocks. The upper gallery ...
... including three infinity pools facing the Mediterranean, a Lebanese restaurant, waiters who serve your beach beds, and chairs, and who knows what else is open during the high season. The resort costs upwards of $400/night, and has not had the best reviews on tripadvisor. Because of this, and because we don't have $400 to blow, John and I opted for a $17 day pass. This day pass gave us access to everything we could want and at 10:00, after a nice ...
... like they will in interviews. The debates aim to allow students to think on their toes and successfully express their opinions. The verb exercises are a much needed "drill" to master things like "I have, he had, they will have." We teach the class three times a week from 5-7, and we usually have around 20 students come. It is a free class in a very relaxed atmosphere, overall it's going quite well.
In other news, we finally met some ...
... car to get around
the bend. In our hopes of finding the grotto we wound up back on the
main road a few minutes from the Cedars. The Cedars are a small cluster
of old trees and there is an effort to ...
... from the lights placed underwater. Unfortunately, we weren't allowed to take pictures, but I managed to take a few videos (shhh...).
Once the boat brought us back, we left the cave and walked up to the second one. This is where we were really blown away. The calcium deposit formations were beautiful, but it was the sheer size of the cave that amazed us. It went deep into the mountain, and from the top we could see the water of the ...