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... on corners or roundabouts, luckerly no damaged to either person or bike. I also dropped my bike at the order crossing getting into Greece, the roads we wet and I missed my footing and over it went! Again no damage except dented pride. Tomorrow we have decided to take motorways rather than the back roads to give us a easier day.
... very courteous/curious and give us as much space as they can give.
We stopped for a day in Tirana, where a friend's father, Andrew Thorburn, got us in touch with a lovely lady who organised for several people to come to our hostel and show us a bit of Tirana life. The contrast in Tirana surprised me, with the outer areas being extremely basic and the central part being really well done up with nice cobblestone streets and a smart area full of ...
... Couldn't imagine myself doing that sometime before..now, even with 1000 people around me, didnt stop it! After that we heard shouting about food again! When we went there, everybody made two circles and hold each other hands, sang together, hummed the same tone, huged and bowed for the earth! Then we sat there and volunters brought big buckets with fruit salad, sunflower seeds and raisins and poridge! All the food was either vegan or vegetarian and it was very very tasty! We chatted ...
... mountains and every rock in the valleys. Up & down they could climb, pick-off an enemy with a long shot and dash back up into the mountains. Surviving off the land was second nature. But economic warfare is different.
Greece never received war reparations from Germany. But now, Germany is back making economic demands and they believe their national government has capitulated. Their souls are occupied; their freedom compromised. This ...
... story well before I arrived. I heard over & over again when we arrived. Villagers stopped us in the street and recanted the story -- detail by detail.
His name was Fr. Constantine. Some say he was illiterate others say he was stubborn. One thing for sure is that he had a big heart. When a rich, childless Serbian couple came through the village in the late 1880's looking to adopt a son, Fr. Constantine offered them to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking