Blog 4 – lebanese dress

In Lebanon there is no national dress. People normally wear modern cloths. However there is a national dance which the cloths below  are normal worn for when doing this dance.

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Blog 3- lebanese religion

Main religions in Lebanon


– Orthodox

– Islamic

Unlike most arab counties, Lebanon is characterized by great religions and cultural diversity. Most people in Lebanon are catholic. Other Christian groups included Greek Orthodox communities, Greek Catholics and Armenians. The Muslim groups were the Sunnis (living mainly in the coastal towns of Tyre, Sidon and Beirut)

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Blog 2- lebanese Food

Blog 2- Lebanese food

4 main Lebanese foods are:

–          Hommus

–          Tabbouli

–          Sumbousik

–          Fatoush


Hommus is a middle-eastern food composed of chickpeas or garbanzo beans, and tahini, a paste similar in texture to peanut butter that is made from sesame seeds. Hummus is typically eaten with pita or other flat bread.


Tabouli starts with Olive Oil and when mixed with tomatoes and bulgar to make Tabouli . Little pieces of garlic and mint talking with each other while they cruise around between the grains on a river of olive oil.


Sambousek is a small meat pie, served as an appetizer or snack. It is  filled with ground beef or lamb, but can be filled with feta and other cheeses.


Fatoush  is a Levantine salad made from toasted or fried pieces of pita bread  combined with mixed greens and other vegetables

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Blog one

Introduction – blog 1

The 2010 population of Lebanon is 4,224,000. Lebanon is a small country of only 10,452 sq km (4036 sq mi); from north to south it extends 217 km (135 mi) and from east to west it spans 80 km (50 mi) at its widest point. Lebanon lies at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea, north of Israel and west of Syria. It is four-fifths the size of Connecticut. The Lebanon Mountains, which run parallel to the western coast, cover most of the country, while on the eastern border is the Anti-Lebanon Range. Between the two lies the Bekaa Valley, the principal agricultural area.

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Hospitality blog 1

my family and I use to go to Queensland every christmas as a family holiday. One year my parents decided that they were to busy to go due to not being able to get time off work. I really enjoyed it there considing ive been there since  was a child.

i would really like my parents to take off work to go back these christmas holidays.

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