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... for coffee drinkers. And then sitting down inside and ordering pizza, only to be shuffled again upstairs, where pizza eaters were to sit, as the main floor was reserved solely for those ordering other food items. I shudder at the thought of what were to happen if a group of three people came in, with one looking for a coffee, the second for a pizza, and the third for a mixed grill - the World as we know it may very well cease to exist, if this situation were to present itself!
... from the water line. I think the claustrophobia might set in on this one.
We spent the rest of the day meandering around the ruins at Apollonia then indulged in another gargantuan lunch - this time under a tree in a grassy meadow overlooking a bazillion lek view. Felt like i was in an arthouse Italian flick.
Also had a lookie at a beautiful church in a monastery on a hill at Ardenica. ...
... leave and the smokiness clears a tiny bit.
We go back to our room and haul out our bags. Our guide had not stayed in this hotel last night as he has friends in town. As we are checking out, the management is very apologetic for the power outage and no heat and no hot water. There are three bottles of wine sitting on the counter and I think, "I’ll bet he is going to give those to us" and I was right. At the ...
... flocks out and about so they can be purchased. Someone was whistling to the turkeys and after each whistle, the turkeys would gobble. Whistle, gobble, whistle, gobble, whistle, gobble. Quite funny. My husband tried it but I think he was too far away. There is a small church in the amphitheater but it is under cover and we can’t see it. Some of the amphitheater stones are in the more recent ruins of shopkeepers stores and houses that are in ...
... the dirty streets littered with rubbish and feral animals, the spontaneous and eratic driving with no respect for others and the countless kids kicking a soccer ball in an alley or on a dirt pitch without a care in the world - all of this adjoins to make a cultural experience last longer than many others. To be honest, if anything it brings you back to reality and makes you appreciate what you have and where you're from.
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