Old Town Hostel
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... 1082; 80; в любое время дня и ночи. Особе 85;но прият 85;о в вечер 85;ие часы, когда спада 77;т жара ( ...
... the end, that proved to be complicated and his income didn't qualify him for a permanent residence permit. Next, he went to Germany and was able to get residency permit but decided not to stay there and went to Portugal They agreed to accept his application to transfer his German resident permit to Portugal. He loves the climate and people he has met there. And he sounds soooo enthused, we have to go and check it out.
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... that and clean the camera. He would look at the 'image jumping’ problem but thought it that would go away when he replaced the switch control.
Also, the computer has been acting up again and Dave had moved all the photo and document files from the netbook onto the back-up drive. The more files he moved, the more frequently the computer froze. It got to the point that he could only hard-stop the computer. Dave downloaded ...
... I didnt drink very much of it at all, so i doubted it would have much of an effect on me. After dinner, I thanked my kind hosts for the meal. We hopped in a Toyota Camry and headed to the main mosque in the city. The guys were going to pray for their daily routine during Ramadan. I tagged along and walked into the mosque. I got many stares and a few people came up to me asking why I was there in a friendly manner. I explained to them I had came with my friends. One guy even gave me ...
... a lady with a young boy and girl came up to me and begged me for money. In her hand was a small smoking caulderon. In return for some money she would spread the smoke over my body to. This was some sort of smudging ceremony that seemed similar to sage, however it didnt nearly smell anything close to as good. I gave the little boy 2,000 som, and received the smoke. Afterwards the gypsy looking clan didnt seem very satisfied with what I had given them and just kept asking for more. ...