Lebanon Travels- Week 2 (Part 1)

I can’t believe it has already been 2 weeks in Lebanon!

This week I spent it in Beirut with some amazing individuals and met some great people in this beautiful city of lights and smiles 🙂

So the best part of the blogs have come, and that is the photos of the week! Yay!

After a great and filling dinner, we decided to take a walk along what’s called the Raouché. With several restaurants along the water, each with a spectacular scenery, Raouche is filled with families, joggers and strollers on a Friday/Saturday night. This place reminded me of the pathway below the Crown Casino in Melbourne, as the night is very much alive on a nice Summer’s night.

Beirut- Raouche




El- Raouché is also known for it’s famous rock formation which is located at Beirut’s westernmost tip. This is definitely a place for awesome photography.



Rock of Raouche


Finally, turning the camera the other way, this is the view if you were to walk along this street. Tall buildings, palm trees and nice cars parked along the road.


I’ve been putting my basic photography skills to the test, so trying to be artistic and all, but I’d much appreciate your feedback. Let me know what you think of these photos, give me suggestions, what you’d like to see, etc.

This is only part 1 of Beirut travels, part 2 will be uploaded in a few days because fitting too many photos on one post is hard, and plus it keeps you coming back!

I hope you’re enjoying the series that I’m doing at the moment, because I enjoy taking photos and sharing it with you guys.

Hope to see you coming back for more!

Keep Smiling 🙂

From Lebanon with Love 😉








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