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May 19, 2005

Pigeon Rocks, Beirut, Lebanon

It felt good to get back to the Mediterranean Sea. I went swimming here through the cave. Beirut is an changing city. There are building that have bullet holes in them next to the most modern of buildings. The people have an optimistic view in the future of their country and they are very proud to be Lebanese. I met many people here, they all urged me to stay, and they would take me whereever I wanted to go. So strange when you go to the American government website, they make Lebanon sound like a warzone that hates Americans. How the media can distort or view of things. People traveling have the same perception of American cities and people. As if we all carry around guns, pray to Jesus, believe our government controled media, and crime is rampant. I don't know, maybe we are heading that direction?

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