The Lebanon people see today pales in comparison to the Lebanon of the 50s and 60s, which was compared to Paris or Zurich in its importance as a city of culture, wealth and fashion.
Lebanese people are also some of the most welcoming and friendly you'll meet anywhere in the world - they consider having guests to be an honor.
My dad, speaking in Arabic to one man in the Lebanese Army, after we were stuck in traffic for about 30 minutes: The military guy had saved us around 30 minutes of traffic.
window seat) sat a lady in her 30s or 40s from Bangladesh who had been working in Lebanon for 15 years and spoke Arabic very fluently (we still have tourists, YES… My trip was perfect, we arrived to Beirut Airport 10 minutes early and there was no Queue on the arrivals security check and the baggage arrived immediately.
5 minutes after leaving Beirut Airport, my perfect trip came to an end, we got stuck in a traffic Jam in “Ghobeiry”.
I am 56 years old, divorced and I am a substitute school teacher.
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