Lebanon

Books about Lebanon: Travel, Food & Politics

Lebanon has risen to the top of my favorite countries in the world. Its complicated history, hospitable people, their openness to creativity and the arts, their progressiveness mixed with traditional values, the fluidity between European, Asian and Arabic culture, among many other reasons is why I continually dream of going back for longer periods of …

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Tawlet: The Kitchen has No Religion

Lebanon has so many diverse elements which make this country so special. Some elements, just to name a few, come in the form of food, with the emphasis on sustainability, entrepreneurship, art and giving back. And no organization and business in Lebanon embody these forms collectively as much as the initiative behind Souk El Tayeb …

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Exploring Jeita Grotto, Harissa to Byblos in a Day

Lebanon is home to many natural wonders, religious monuments, and the world’s most beautiful historical sites. Escape the busy streets of Beirut and take a day trip to three of Lebanon’s proudest sites: Jeita Grotto, Harissa, and Byblos. This popular three-way route is popular for many travelers which can easily be done (at leisure) within a …

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Best Yoga Classes in Lebanon

Yoga has become very popular throughout the past few years in Lebanon. Many younger (and older) Lebanese people are setting aside their religious and ethnic differences in a country/region that is still often torn by these trivial matters for a step towards oneness. The best yoga teachers do a phenomenal job in bringing a diverse range …

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Should Travel Bloggers “Get Political”?

Should Travel Bloggers “get political” on their Travel and Social Media posts? Should writers, influencers, celebrities, doctors or teachers? Frankly, I think this is a silly, even stupid question. To be candid, I’m not one that necessarily believes that there are no ‘stupid questions’ in life. But I’m here to answer why I think that …

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Lebanon’s Surf, Sun & Craft Brew at Colonel Reef

Visiting Lebanon soon? Make sure you budget a few days time to relax in my favorite town of Batroûn. It’s the ultimate beach destination for relaxation, sun, surf, yoga, good food, hiking and even ski activities during the winter time in it’s mountainside. Batroûn, just an hour north of Beirut, is a charming beach town all …

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