Off of Beirut’s Corniche, these rocks glowed in the light from the restaurants, hookah bars, and scooters that keep the city moving.
By Betsy Morley
Have Kaak Will Travel
The Corniche is a promenade in Beirut lined with fisherman, families taking photos in front of the famous Pigeon Rocks that jut out of the blue-green Mediterranean Sea and vendors on bikes selling these purse-shaped bread called Kaak. Maison De L’Artisan is a shop nearby that sells beautiful locally-made clothing, jewelry and gifts.