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... In other news, do not trust Scientish Wil's sampling techniques!
The macabre subject of these estimates risks obscuring how beautiful and rejuvenating was this walk. This is because, despite the above mentioned problem, I had an experience of coexisting with a thriving swathe of nature. I really needed to do this. In the lead up to this holiday I discovered my endurance limit for being ...
... been able to stay the night otherwise.
In the morning, we woke up around 7:00 and enjoyed a complimentary Lebanese breakfast. This consisted of the typical bread, labneh (a yogurt-like spread), eggs, raw vegetables, and loads of basil. After having breakfast, we hopped in a taxi to take us to get our gear then to the slopes. We stopped at Mzaar Sport, where a friendly couple fitted us for boots (L.L. 10,000), ...
... br> Some like the Syrian and Iranian influence while other do not.
Hezbollah billboard, a common sight in Bekka Valley.
Lebanese love their billboards political ...
... as traffic is bad, roads all over the place and not clearly marked (if at all) and drivers worse, it was good to have George our driver that new his stuff.
Departing early, we had a brief stop at Pigeon Rocks to see them in the early morning sunlight before we drove toward Baalbek, famous for it roman ruins, north east of Beirut. We drove over Mount Lebanon and down into the Bekka valley, rich with farmland.
In Baalbek, the ...
Wow today was as full a day as one can possibly have. We got started very early on "Libnaan time" which was around 10AM. We planned to leave at 9AM but didn't make it. I told Alain "we are so late" but he said "this is normal for Libnaan, Chris. Don't worry." So we got in the car and were off to the highest mountains of Libnaan in the north of the country to see the famous cedar trees that are on the flag of the country.
It was a ...