kuntttt asked: Hello love :) its so refreshing to see a blog like this about lebanon. I am lebanese but i developed a sort of hatred and disappointment towards my country, i got stuck there in 2006 during the war & because the government is so corrupt and it saddens me to see such a beautiful country get destroyed. Especially with the situation going on right now. So i just wanted to say your blog makes me happy and it helps me remember the good sides of lebanon since i've been living in Dubai since i was 5 :)

Hello!  I find many people have this hatred and disappointment towards Lebanon, and because of this they have no desire to ever live there and in many cases a lot want to move to the West. But yes, please don’t forget about the great sides of Lebanon. It really is a beautiful place! I honestly love Lebanon and though it does have many faults, there are many things in that country that you will not find anywhere else. 

A throwback, miss you Lebanon! 

In Lebanon, depending on where you are, and the religious/political affiliation of the area, you will see posters of different political and religious leaders. 

A throwback, miss you Lebanon! 

In Lebanon, depending on where you are, and the religious/political affiliation of the area, you will see posters of different political and religious leaders. 

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I found this on my facebook newsfeed and I thought I would share. This girl is around my age and I could not in a million years imagine this happening to me. If you have some time definitely check out her account of being detained in the Israeli airport. 

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anyone want some bibsi?
-Ehden, Lebanon

anyone want some bibsi?

-Ehden, Lebanon

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Hey all!

I’m sorry for being so inactive lately. I’ve actually been interning in the United Nations with a UN affiliated organization called World Info. Transfer. I’ve started designing the tumblr for us interns to write about our experiences interning within the UN -

If any of you guys are interested in or have any questions about the United Nations, Interning, New York, etc please check this blog out (and even follow if you feel inclined)!

Thanks guys!

Thanks guys!

Interactive political and road map of the Middle East, including Lebanon and other 20 countries.


This was just submitted- Looks nice!

Interactive political and road map of the Middle East, including Lebanon and other 20 countries.

This was just submitted- Looks nice!

mohammedkhairy asked: Hey! have you changed your theme? The previous was much 'easier', and I'd like to retweet your gr8 photos, can't get this option here.

Oh I didn’t even realize! I was trying to get a new look- but if you like that one better- I’ll definitely change it back, aha. Thank you so much for your input~

What is remaining of Martyrs’ Square
Beirut, Lebanon

What is remaining of Martyrs’ Square

Beirut, Lebanon

Thought I’d be nostalgic and reblog some of my old pictures

Thought I’d be nostalgic and reblog some of my old pictures

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Some apartments around Bliss Street.
Beirut, Lebanon

Some apartments around Bliss Street.

Beirut, Lebanon

who-inbeirut:

A no smoking sign in Gloria Jeans.
Coming from the States, I was very surprised by not only the amount of people who smoked, but also by the amount of people who smoked indoors. This sign is quite surprising as many Cafes and Restaurants allow smoking indoors. When you enter a restaurant, you will usually be asked if you would like to sit in the smoking or non-smoking section (sometimes separated by floors but could also just be different sides of the room).

Well times are changing! Thankfully, One of my followers quick to correct me -
etoileerrante said:

A few months ago smoking was officially banned indoors in public spaces :) 

I should definitely check my facts before posting next time… sorry guys
And thanks for the correction!

who-inbeirut:

A no smoking sign in Gloria Jeans.

Coming from the States, I was very surprised by not only the amount of people who smoked, but also by the amount of people who smoked indoors. This sign is quite surprising as many Cafes and Restaurants allow smoking indoors. When you enter a restaurant, you will usually be asked if you would like to sit in the smoking or non-smoking section (sometimes separated by floors but could also just be different sides of the room).

Well times are changing!
Thankfully, One of my followers quick to correct me -

etoileerrante said:

A few months ago smoking was officially banned indoors in public spaces :)


I should definitely check my facts before posting next time… sorry guys

And thanks for the correction!

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A no smoking sign in Gloria Jeans.
Coming from the States, I was very surprised by not only the amount of people who smoked, but also by the amount of people who smoked indoors. This sign is quite surprising as many Cafes and Restaurants allow smoking indoors. When you enter a restaurant, you will usually be asked if you would like to sit in the smoking or non-smoking section (sometimes separated by floors but could also just be different sides of the room).

A no smoking sign in Gloria Jeans.

Coming from the States, I was very surprised by not only the amount of people who smoked, but also by the amount of people who smoked indoors. This sign is quite surprising as many Cafes and Restaurants allow smoking indoors. When you enter a restaurant, you will usually be asked if you would like to sit in the smoking or non-smoking section (sometimes separated by floors but could also just be different sides of the room).

This is my official blog I’d be glad you join

mohammedkhairy asked: Hey thanks so much for your support though i caught your reply just now lol. I spent the most wonderful week of my life there, my friends made me really happy and i guess i deserve a citizenship now, and hadn't had enough, im planning for another visit later this year and take a pro camera along for some serious pics and vids, i'd be happy to let u see my photos in beirut in my tumblr blog :)) would like to know your opinion

Hello, no problem! I’m glad you had such a great time :)
Yes, there are such amazing place to take pictures of! aha I’ll post your blog to mine so people can see your work - its very nice!

poupo57 asked: Hello are you still in lebanon?

Hello! No, sadly I moved :/ right now I’m living in Scotland! Why, do you like there/visit? I would love to know!