Ramada Beirut Downtown
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... is a vehicle crossing and probably the widest point of the UN Buffer Zone at about 200m. Halfway across is, bizarrely, a cafe. So there I am. Having a Coke in a UN Buffer Zone. In no man's land. I am countryless.
Walk the remaining 100m to the Greek border. At last. My passport is checked. Well he takes it. Flicks through it. Suspicious of the Santa stamp from the Arctic Circle. Clearly too hot to query. Hands it back.
Take a service taxi ...
... cousin Fadi have been dating now for three years. They met while they were both in college. She is a charismatic and loving person. She was kinda enough to take me to all these destinations even while moving apartments with limited time. suffice it to say she is wonderful! We head to Harissa and we found the "Teleferique" after a 30 minute ride on the sea side high way. About 8 minutes up and 8 minutes ...
... his crutches just below the bleachers. "You shouldn't talk with that man." He nodded toward the Palestinian.
"He's dangerous." Neil and I both looked down at the Palestinian. He looked more sickly than dangerous. I figured dangerous in this case meant Palestinian. "How long are you staying in Lebanon?"
"A week," Neil said.
"Good," he said. "Don't stay long. I think war ...
... temple ruins. It was as awesome as the ruins in Rome and just as old. I did have to stop for a 3000 lb ($2) diet pepsi...yum. I picked up a couple of touristy hats from a street vendor along the way for my pops.
We were then off to Zehle for lunch. We ate at a very nice restaurant called Casino Arabi (not really a casino...don't worry I couldn't gamble) in the Berdaouni region. The food was awesome and we washed it down with ...
... What a treat, the regular arrival of visitors, fresh to discover the wonders (and chaos) of Beirut and the discovery of the Norwegian contingent in the already friendly ex-pat community to continue to build new friendships.
p.s. apologies for the slight soppiness of this message, but the sun is shining, work is progressing nicely and a long weekend in Cyprus is just around the corner, so life is good, what more can I ...