What have been the highlights of your time in this country? Best trips or experiences?

The movement restrictions make it hard to enjoy most of the great things Lebanon has to offer. - May 2019

Jeitta Grotto is neat. - Jul 2016

The unique constraints of living on a compound provide the occasion for friendships with people in sections and at grades with whom one would otherwise never interact. The local employees are smart, capable, generous, and friendly. - Nov 2014

The beautiful scenery and the people. - Apr 2014

Skiing on a sunny day with no jacket, boating on the Mediterranean, exploring the vineyards, visiting the ruins at Baalbeck, living in Hamra, so much! - Jan 2014

Good quality of life - restaurants, bars, schools, etc. - Apr 2012

The people. Beirut is like a little New York. There's something going on every night, from underground theater to music (Western, Arab and Club), to sports and politics (not always so easy to tell apart). - Sep 2010

Amazing restaurants, great hiking, yacht outings in the summer, meeting really friendly and hospitable Lebanese, visiting vineyards. - Jul 2010

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