We also got to know a little bit -a very little bit- of the Arabic language, such as; شكرا (Shukraan) – Thank you, and طازج (Tazij) – Fresh. As we approached the resort we saw a ridge with three great looking lines, and later discovered this ridge stood right in front of our door so we aptly named these lines “Home Run”.
The next day we set about exploring the ski resort but not before we met Charbel (n° 1), who introduced us to a traditional Lebanese breakfast; a wrap filled with cheese, a mixture of spices and/or meat, which was a very welcome and very tasty breakfast to start off our day. The resort was way bigger than we initially thought, and divided into three sections. The lifts are old but still good and working well, and the lift tickets are a little different to what you see in Austria/ Europe, It’s literally a sticker that you stick onto a metal clip which is then clipped to your trousers.