After posting a few pictures of a trip I took to the Cedars, I figured I’d help show another side of Lebanon that most people don’t get to see (especially tourists). And what better side to show than the one showcased by the recent snowstorm?
I did not take these pictures. I got them, after permission, from the Lebanon Weather Facebook page. I’ll try to go on a roadtrip around the Batroun area soon to take pictures. So stay tuned.
In the meantime, we present:
Assia, a village at 700 m of altitude in Batroun
The view from Hasroun, in the Bcharre Caza
Kawkaba, in South Lebanon
Knise Moutain in the Metn region
Toula, in North Lebanon
West Bekaa, again
And this is a picture my friend Firas took of the Cedar Mountains from his hometown in Koura:
The Cedar Mountains from afar
And people ask me why I’m “hating” on Zaitunay Bay when it’s getting all the attention and scenes like these are getting ignored. I guess that’s the way things are – you have money and power, you get noticed.