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... the cultural heritage and traditions of the Turks from food, music, architecture, language, and religion all live on in the western half of the empire.
Having been to most of the Balkans now its perhaps time to return to Sarajevo after my last visit in 2007, make my way down thru Montenegro and Albania across back to Macedonia and Kosovo, and yes even to Novi ...
... on the flight.
Did our final pack and I hope our suitcase is 18kgs or I will be off loading and taking on the plane as hand luggage. Richard said there is a scale at the Departure Lounge so I can weight before booking in. Looked at the emails and thankfully we have a reply from Kylie and our flights to Toronto with WestJet has been reconfirmed as well as the remaining leg from Toronto to LA. Thanked Kylie for saving us a big headache.
... go to visit Niagara Falls! Quite a week!
To get to Toronto Islands I took a little ferry from the harbour in down-town Toronto. There are people that live on the Islands and they even have an airport. I went to have a picnic in the sunshine and to see the views of the city skyline. I stayed until the sun went down and watched all the lights of the city turning on. Such a beautiful view!
On Saturday I went to volunteer at ...
... working and high tailed it to our friends' house for everyone to meet and start bonding over a beautiful meal of pulled pork and various fixings. Mark had a touch of the flu by this time and Davids' hot sauce gave it abit of a one two punch. The kids (who had never met before) disappeared after dinner and the adults talked until everyone was starting to fall asleep. Great end to an amazing and long day!
... stone bridge nearby. The walk was about 2km round trip, and we enjoyed the visit. I will note it costs $10 to park, no matter how long one stays, which seemed a little pricey.
Our next stop (after a break to check email again) was the Eremosa Karst (a karst being a geological feature created by water dissolving rock such as limestone). We viewed small entrances to caves, blind valleys, dry valleys, and sinkholes. It was interesting, at a small scale, and ...
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