Run by the delightful Ama, La Maison du Bonheur occupies a prime position
The village retains a remarkable picturesque appearance with typical stone houses with red tile roofs. In 1945 it was placed under monument
HONEY, BEES & BEEKEEPERS: Funday in the Chouf, Learning, Eating & Celebrating "World Bee Day"
A Traditional Village I'd Love to Live in One Day: "Maasser El Chouf". Old Houses, Cedar Reserve & Authenticity.
I've spent a night at Al Fundok Hotel, enjoyed dinner and breakfas
After the last visit to “Nabeh Merched” to film an episode, I promised to c
JABALNA Association is celebrating the Fifth Edition of JABALNA
Baakline is a major Druze town located in Mount Lebano
What makes a Manoucheh even more unique than a conventional one, is when it’s baked using the dough of standard Lebanese bread. One o
Shocking at first, it feels like dining in a parking lot unt
It was three in the afternoon visiting Deir El Qamar with my family when we stopped for lunch at Deir Al Oumara, a beautiful hotel up the m
Barouk (Arabic: الباروك) is a village in the Chouf District of Lebanon. Historically, the village is known for being the "land of good
My long tour around Barouk in Shouf ended at Al Mamlaka. This restaurant is hidden behind a large stone arcade. It’s a spacious place
With water flowing from all sides, Al Midyaf welcomes you on the bank of Al Barouk river. Serving Lebanese specialties like all other resta
Calm and serene, in the middle of the mountains, the heart of the land of the emirs lays Deir el Oumara. The newly opened hotel has taken a
I never imagined that I will be writing a review on bread... More so 'markouk' bread. While visiting a new hotel