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Saturday, 18 January 2014

Lebanon: A Postcard from Beirut



This is just a postcard entry

Pigeons' Rock, a two huge rock formation, is one of the most famous landmarks in Beirut, Lebanon. The Corniche area from where this photo was shot is a good vantage point to see Pigeons' Rock. There are a few cafes dotting the cliff area of the Corniche. One can also walk down to the lower chalk cliff (seen on the far left) to get a view "from" the sea as well as rent a small boat to go around the rocks and the caves, or just to swim in that part of Mediterranean Sea.




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6 comments:

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  1. nice lah
    siap ada terowong tu

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    1. Mmg nice. Suka lepak kat sini layan pemandangan yg cun sambil makan kebab, haha! :)

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  2. Bot tu masuk terowong tu tak? Bestnya! Cantik giler! Panas pun tak rasa kalau dapat view mcm ni.. hehe

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    1. Masuk. Some folks lepak dalam tu, some just go for a swim around it while some others try to climb the huge rock.

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