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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... exciting or worth taking a picture of and we were a little disappointed. We realize we're spoiled. After you've just come from Venice, Dubrovnik, Prague, etc. your tourist bar is set a little high. But this is a country that is only about 7 years old and a tourist infrastructure is not the highest of priorities.
Our hotel was nice and the staff there were super nice. We may have gotten the VIP treatment. A tourist? Here? ...
... worked and lived in London as a tiler for 6 months. So his English was pretty good (subsequently, was able to help translate where dad "forgot" to). Meeting this family meant that I had to continue to think of reasons as to why I wasn't married or have a girlfriend, I am starting to run out of them. Being back in the closest is not a place I like to - but will do it for the sake of dad and the family. Later on that night, I met up with Arber and ...
... a hand in translation - we are forever in debt to him. We were pretty tired but I wanted to hang out with my cousins, Arber, Herolind and Sammi. I took them out for a round of beers and a second dinner (if I continue to set like this, I am going to be the size of a house before I return) The boys took me for a walk into the city center of Lipijan. Was pretty cool actually. It was good to see people on the streets, in bars enjoying a nice, civilised drink and being friendly. This is ...
... He is having some legal issues with his son and is very upset about it. We finish territory, speaking to many and then head off to do some calls. We then head home to have lunch about two and the group comes over. There are 8 of us and we enjoy burek and bread with cheese and tomato filling. Very nice.
Then out again until 6.30. Calls at home and we enjoy meeting some. Chere and I also call ...
... music and Bosnian sevdah music, and is much more Turkish sounding.
Albanians are much more Germanic looking unlike the people in Serbia I had just left behind.
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