Posted by: mylittlesnow | December 31, 2008

From Lebanon with love…

I ordered something from Lebanon a while ago, sometime around 13th December. I don’t know why i did it back then but since it’s not that expensive, i just give it a try lah. And actually i was about to give up receiving the package when i was pleasantly caught by surprise today when i saw a mail envelope inside my room. Yay, gua punya package dari Lebanon sudah tiba! Whooo! Not bad eh, takes about nearly 20 days to arrive but overall, arrive in good condition la. And besides the item that i bought, i have stamps from Lebanon now, hehe. The title of the stamp is Liban but i’m not sure exactly what it mean, suppose to be a town name perhaps? Or guy’s name inside the picture? Overall, this is definitely one of my most satisfying purchase from outside Malaysia. πŸ™‚

Stamps from Lebanon

Stamps from Lebanon

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Responses

  1. hey congratulations:) LIBAN accually means yoghurt in arabic…. natural yoghurt and the name lebanon comes from the word liban classicley liban means white … white like yoghurt and white – pure
    liban- lebanon
    so yehhhhh hope that helps a little

  2. oh sorry i forgot and lebanon in arabic is accually lebnan πŸ™‚

  3. ah…so i can actually call Lebanon as Liban or Lebnan as well?
    πŸ˜›

    cool… i wonder how Lebanon looks like, i mean the place… and how do Lebanese look like… Lebanon is under Arab countries or Africa?

  4. lebanon is accually on the mediteranian sea πŸ™‚ a bit confusing yes!!!! it is in the middle east and they are arab, but france occupied lebanon for a long time so spoken languages are french arabic and english. it is above israel and next to syria, the people look arab but cause of french turkish and greek blood alot of lebanese (including myself) have blue eyes or green eyes.. blonde hair and others have black or brown…. did i mention im lebanese lol it is a mixed country of christian and muslims

  5. ahh… got it…
    you’re from lebanon..cool…the wonders of internet…you can virtually talk to anyone on this planet earth…

    nice to meet you samra… πŸ™‚

  6. I wish to travel to Lebanon and Syria. Please provide me some information (travelers guide) how to get there with bed and breakfast.

    Taj, Shah Alam
    tajjawad14@yahoo.co.uk


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