#8 This is Lebanon – 10 photos of my time in Beirut

All these photos I have chosen I have taken last year however I have thousands over the years all the way back from 2008 which I’ll share in future posts. Today marks one week on from the horrific blast in Beirut. Many people who haven’t been to Lebanon before will not realise just how beautiful the country and the city Beirut was and will be again. So I wanted to show you through my photos what Beirut was like and what the media did not show you for so long. Constantly portrayed in a negative light, this city was incredibly unique and beautiful, far from what outlets portrayed.

This is how I remember Beirut and with our support as one we will see this beautiful city alive once again with people dancing, laughing, joking and enjoying their lives. My previous post explains how you can help Lebanon right now. Thank you x

Taken in Downtown Beirut.

Taken at Zaitunay Bay.

The Raouche rocks

Taken in Achrafieh

Taken at the Mohammad Al-Amin mosque in Downtown

Taken along the corniche

Taken at Saifi Village

My thoughts are with everyone right now in Lebanon ❤

5 Comments Add yours

  1. vinneve says:

    Interesting photos! There are some Lebanese investors in Abu Dhabi buying some apartments that we ex-pats or company rented while there.

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    1. Thank you 🙂 I think there are quite a few Lebanese living in the UAE. Only been to Dubai but would love to experience Abu Dhabi one day.

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  2. dmdm20 says:

    Beautiful photos. Lebanon is definitely on my travel list.

    mountains_this_way

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    1. Thank you:) Lebanon really is incredible.

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