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... then the excess trimmed off with a board.
Eureka! A church! The morning was not wasted. The Church of the Holy Trinity [until further notice] was small but the frescoes had by and large been freshly painted. Only the caretaker was there, busily polishing things with Ajax 'Crystal Clean'. The rather freshly painted frescoes prompted me to ask if I could take pix...yes. Double eureka! Scenes shot included the birth of Christ, the Last Supper and St George slaying the ...
So I've split the day into 2 because well, I thought you needed a break. This was the first of the big drives. Though I have learnt not to bother asking Albanians how long it will take to get somewhere as the answer is always "about an hour". Even if it’s actually going to be 8.
I think they break the journey down in their heads “it’s about an hour to X and we’ll have coffee, and then about an hour to Y and then we’ll eat lunch etc ...
... for about an hour. I stopped to watch some entertaining street performers as well. I made it to the end at the Galata Tower, which some historians claim is the oldest tower in the world. There was probably 200 people hanging out under the tower drinking. It was a really interesting scene. I ate a tasty chicken kebab at one of the hundreds of kebab stands in the area and headed back in to my hostel. In my dorm room I met two friends who were volunteering in Armenia. One girl ...
... start to freak out inside like no swearing no mentioning this no drinking in front of them everything I turn into a total basketcase inside!! Sinisa tried to say that that would be a reat job for me because they get to travel hahah ummm you might need to be religious to become a missionary Sinisa! Afterwards we were so full and exhausted we just went back to the apartment and had a big nap! We got up went shopping trying to find something for our ...
... never been out of this town as it is either bike or walk if you haven’t got a car. It has been very interesting visiting these countries and helps you to understand the problems that these people have to face. It doesn’t seem to matter where the bus stops there are people trying to sell you something – tablecloths, jewellery, or souvenirs. They carry everything around in a rug ...