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... He dug straight in to it, stopping only to comment on how great it was and to try to convince me to give it a go. He was of course unsuccessful. If you are what you eat, then Nathan is surely disgusting! On the bus trip home I got very angry (VERY ANGRY!!!). The bus driver stopped off at a cafe along the way for a few shots of the local alcoholic drink raike. Shots in Albania are two to three times the size of an Australian standard 30ml shot-glass and the ...
... And I mean everyone. The girls get really dressed up, highheals and all. Many guys walking too but some just sitting on the sidewalk in the cafes eyeing all the talent. And they literally walk up the main street, turn around and then walk back ( multiple times ). Then at nine thirty everyone goes home, and the place is deserted. Reminds me of my childhood in Taihape on a Friday night when everyone came to ...
... the communist regime people were not allowed private cars.. So they are all crazy drivers since being able to buy motor vehicles from 1991 on!
- People hang teddy bears on their homes for good luck
- King Nicholas I of Montenegro is termed the 'father in law of Europe' as he had 12 daughters and married them out to many different European kings
- Ilir our guide housed 5 Kosovian ...
... with Byzantine murals;
... a little dish of homemade preserved cherries - syrupy sweet and delicious, like maraschino cherries but without the artificial taste, and about a hundred times better.
Bledi had told me an interesting thing last night about Albanians - though they are incredibly warm and accommodating with tourists, they really aren't that way with each other. Apparently, there's usually a bit of a competition amongst Albanians, especially ...
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