Sahara, aged 5, shares her thoughts on Lebanon’s Jeita Grotto, the teleferique to Our Lady of Lebanon and Baalbek’s Roman ruins.
There is some caves in Bayreuth. You can go in two caves and the second cave that you can go in you can go on a train or you can walk cos it is a very short walk to the other cave. In the cave you have to go in a boat cos it had lots of water and if you did not go on the boat then you wood get very wet and the corner cave it is very long and you have to walk in the cave and it looks amaysing in the cave. It hase a lot of bits that go down and the cave hase bits thate have a shaype of sumfing and it is white and sometims it looks a bit liyke goo which is white and some are long and some are short. The first cave that we went in had a jelyfish shape and a shell shaype and one looked like a snowman but without a hat on and the stalactites look a bit like big teeth coming from the ceiling that are white and some stalactites look like sand and cliffs.
When the stalactites are over you can go in a cable car and it went so high and you could go over lots of trees and you went over lots of cars and you are so high in the sky and you had a reely good vue. You can get a driver and you can tel the driver where you want to go and there is a driver colde Philip. He is very niys to you and your mum and dad. He likes childrin. It is some tiyms busy and there is a very niys hostel in beyurut.
You can go to a amysing plays which is from a long time ago and it was from the romin tiyms and you can go on a lot of fings and it is very fun.