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... own living room. Brother Petro is ready to go out. We head out before the group arrives. Sotmir is hoping Harold (one of the missionaries I had met before) will call but says he is unreliable with messages.
After witnessing, we go on Sotmir's tour. We follow the ancient Roman wall up to a vantage point above the amphitheater where we can see the outline of the ancient city. It is not well looked after and could be a real interesting tourist attraction. We ...
... Durres took us all by surprise as it loomed out of the mist. With high rise buildings it appeared in fact to be a sprawling metropolis rather than Borat’s Kazakstan which was what we were all expecting.
We moored up along the dockside among the cranes and the shipping containers and were greeted by the customs man who could not have been kinder or more welcoming. He told us where everything could be found in town and we eagerly showered and changed to ...
... us later that he was surprised because they were begging and he said that white people don’t beg and he was asking them how come and why didn’t she get a job and was really giving her the business for begging and not working. According to him, you can always find a job or help from friends and neighbors. They have a gypsy population and they expect begging from them but not from other white people. ...
... and some more such as you get at home and in most western countries.
As an example I saw a sign over the door of a tiny shop, it said ‘Textil’, so I thought it might sell material. Inside we found bed linen, blankets, duvets, pillows etc, quite up market stuff. The shop was no more than 3m x 3m.
There is however, the usual great abundance of cafes and restaurants. We tried to find a little place that had pastries and ...
... workers on a "use only" basis in the same fashion as the collectively farmed land. No ownership rights were given for this land until 1995, when legislation transferred ownership of state agricultural land.”
As a result of this, there are many abandoned government buildings that littering the countryside and not being used. The issue of ownership of land creates ...