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Up c 0615, computer time and a shower consuming the pre-brekkie period. The Mouse was down in reception complaining his wifi would not work. The 'Breakfast Club' quintet were in place before Posh Nosh arrived. They all like their tennis and were generally critical of Murray. Chatted with Red and the Mouse when the others had left about the dumbification of things with mobile/cell phone use, compounded by the Facebooks of the world. Red was a big 10 CC fan. They warned me the ...
... I’d have to see that with my own eyes.
But she does have two names. Lake Ohrid on the Macedonian side and Lake Pogradec on the Albanian side. The locals say the water is Grade 1 drinking water but the first rule of Lonely Planet is "don’t drink the local water" and I can testify to that – it did mean a late night trip to the first aid post for a shot of something however I always do like to do ...
... and always making sure I was moving along fast enough to make it there on time to meet her. Ever since the day I arrived in Tokyo on May 1st, I looked on the map to see how much progress my little blue arrow had made on google maps. At times I seemed so far away. But here I am, on my way to Istanbul and to meet my girlfriend so we can travel together for two more months through Eastern and Western Europe.
The lovely bus ride took around 6 hours from Safranbolou to Istanbul. ...
... snuck a photo of them!!
After breaky we walked around the old Bazaar down to the harbour then walked down beside the lake then up up up to a beautiful church called Plausnik it was at the top of a hill/mountain. After hiking around for a bit we stopped for a rest at a small cafana overlooking the lake and the city, it was beautiful! At first it was just us then the whole place filled up with a tour a nice couple came and ...
... and drinking coffee – as there is no work. If anyone complains to me when I get home about conditions in NZ I will tell them to go to Albania and see the conditions there – we are very very lucky where we live. Then we followed a valley and river back up into the mountains again. When we got to the top we stopped for lunch and on the land opposite this hotel were a whole lot of ...