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... me of turkey without the hassle and abit like something off "borat" (in a good way). The only negative things I can say is that the coffee is awful and that a masturbating Roma jumped out from a tree when I was walking in the woods saying "look at meee! Look at meee!" It was chillingly reflective of my experiences in Sri Lanka (see Sri Lanka blog) Normally I would stay in a hostel but I just can't be bothered with people. The peak of this being ...
An eight o'clock start this morning and so after breakfast we were met by our city guide from yesterday who continued with our city tour and also a visit to the National Museum. He was such a knowledgeable man and he was trying to fit about two and half hours which is the time you should take at the museum into an hour and fifteen. I'm not sure when he found time to breathe as the information just spilled from his lips. I'm still trying to digest all of it. But I ...
... we go to Kotor or make our way South to Lake Orhid instead? What to do?
Our friends from home, Ken and Marcia Fritz, are avid travelers throughout the world (we have also visited them at their Fiji Island vacation home). They have covered this entire area of the world as part of motorcycle tour groups. Both places being were described as beautiful and worth the excursion. But not ...
... are filled with rocks instead of sand. People still dont seem to mind. They lay their towels down on the rocks and lay down as if it were sand. I cant ever remember seeing such a busy beach with only rocks. It was surreal to walk around it. A ways down the boardwalk I came to a park that had a labyrinth in it similar to the one in the blueberry patch back in Gulfport Fl. I took off my shoes and walk thru it. When I started there was noone else around, but some kids showed up ...
Yesterday morning we had a display of dancing by a group of young women from Kurdistan. They were between 6-18 years old. They dressed in their performance costumes to do 3 dances for us; very professional. They have been participating in some sort of international dance festival. The girls looked like ballet dancers, obviously chosen for their figures and flexibility. They were all Mongolian in features. It was ...