Takaya Suite and Hotel
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... boarding pass. Just about to turn to leave when....."Wait....wait......give me your passport.". Hand passport over. She flicks. The Santa stamp isn't of concern. It's the northern Turkish Cyprus stamp that is.
"You've come from the other side." she states. Yes.....and....?? You can't fly to Beirut with this stamp. WTF?!??!?!?! FCO never said anything about that! Muppets. A superior is called over. Passport momentarily confiscated. Oh hells ...
... I want to hike it for sure it would be incredible! Check out the pictures but just know it does not do the view justice. After Harissa, we went to Solidere which is a mix of remnants of the war of 1975 and gentrified buildings full of coffee shops and restaurants it's a great place to walk around. Another place is Beirut Souks. Souk translates to shopping area and it's just that it's amazing to talk ...
... He was a member of the Phalange, a Christian paramilitary force. "I lost my leg in the war." We paused in thought, then continued. "Do you want to go to my home and smoke a joint?"
I looked at Neil. Neil looked at me. I hadn't smoked in years but I must confess, the idea of going to the home of a Christian Phalange and listening to war stories while under the influence of a Beqaa joint triggered latent ...
... Needless to say, but the driving here is like literally insane. We almost crashed about 25 times...no exaggeration there.
I am now at Patrick's beautiful apartment in the mountains Northeast of Lebanon. Aunt Nounou is preparing a meal so we will go to her house shortly. Then later, we will go out for a drink or two :)
I have some photos but can't share them from this computer. I will post them later. More to come.
... after discovering it one night while I was in Kuwait: Le Rouge. Home of the "Chateaubriand" (large piece of meat) and some excellent wines.This was to mark the last, for now, of many, many lavish breakfasts, lunches and dinners. This week it was back to Bran Flakes, sandwiches and home cooking, which made a refreshing change. We ...