Lebanon is really a land of extremes. Extreme chaos but still with its own firm rules, extreme intolerance and impressive coexistence, extreme poverty and radical wealth. A place where this wealth comes to shine must be the private resort Eddé Sands in Byblos. Maybe I’m exaggerating but I find the luxury pool at the entrance with its large beds a real symbol of decadence. People seem to move in slow motion, with drinks in their hands, as if they were sitting on a cloud of white cotton candy. Another such a symbol are the poor guys who have to pick the smallest pieces of dirt from the sand on the beach. What I definitely love here are the flowers, the flower power of Byblos.