Hotel Castle Bezanec
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... bring a lot more than 30 members in a week, you will get $90 for each fellow member. It can become a lucrative company. Just make 3 sales, every day, 6 days per week and you will make $1548 dollars in profit per week. That's simply because when you refer between fifteen and 19 members a week, you get $86 for each new member you help sign up. Do it again the process each week and you will make in gross more than $80, 000 per year. Do you create less or ...
... to the village where Tito(the former head of the former Yugoslavia) was born. ku roved is a sort of tourist village with all the houses made to look as they did in the past (blacksmith, carpenter, woodcutter, etc) and you an wander through them all, including the one where Tito lived as a child. Quite interesting. Then back in the bus for another trip further up into the hills to a country Inn where we had dinner. Lots of courses ...
... to the hostel and was tired so fell asleep. Then in the middle of the night my roommates (this hostel did not have women only dorms) starting snoring/moaning. Also I signed up for a tour at 8am so I was panicked about not getting up early enough to ensure I got into the bathroom. Also it was hot and humid; outside was the traffic light that ticked all night and the toilet was leaking all night. Too many noises...well only one more night and I will appreciate my house even ...
We had a “free” walking tour
booked today at 12:00, so we planned to go to the Dolac market this
morning, buy something for tea and bring it back to our flat, before
the tour. We were late getting up however so this turned in to a bit
of a rush. I seem to have suddenly switched from waking at 5 or 6
o’clock to waking at 8. The poor old body clock is completely
The market ...
... housing solutions to thousands of refugees still affected by the war in the 90s.
We also got to spend time with local university students outside of the classroom. They took us to a very typical bar where the drinks were cheap and the local liquor was readily available. The students are incredible friendly and eager to share ideas and experiences. All of their English is excellent and we Americans ...