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... in Dubai before he returned home to open his own restaurant. He proudly showed Aron the way he prepared the pizza, flying in the air.
As it was still impossibly hot, we went to a park, where I finished my translations and then I looked for an Internet cafe to send them. I also managed to buy two extra bike tubes; I had been worried about this ever since I used the last one a few days ...
... even then, their times are subject to change. The furgons are often a far more efficient method of transport, as they run more frequently, but they don't leave until full, which can sometimes take an hour or more. Further complicating matters is the fact that there really are no bus stations in Albania, only places where buses and furgons congregate.
Luckily for myself and an American lady I met in Pogradec, Nikola, we only waited for about 30 minutes ...
... A bit odd in a tiny Albanian restaurant on a very full belly but all good. And then the show continued with a Klodi and restauranteur comedy act involving a no smoking sign and a packet of cigarettes.
Dinner and a show.
A day of hilarity, slippery roads, cultural learnings (we gatecrashed a German tour group) and eating.
And I saw a turkey family. A real one.
This is one hell of an itinerary!
... a church, then a barracks, then a hotel and now seems to be nothing. A lovely climb down a path and rocks with a view of the main city below us where Klodi points out the Leaded Mosque, the King mosque and a big government building/conference center being built. When we overlooked the old Orthodox city, he pointed out the names of several of the churches within that complex. Also says he and his friends used to slide down the ...
... see turkeys being carried in sacks, upside down, by the feet, under the arm, and transported by car, bicycle, donkey cart, bicycle cart, and walking. So I am always on the lookout for turkey photos.
We notice a lot of unfinished houses as we travel too. Like many countries, they build when they can buy the supplies. Usually, the bottom floor is for their shop, business, car washing (there were MANY Lavazh or car washing places everywhere. No ...
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