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... Couldn't imagine myself doing that sometime before..now, even with 1000 people around me, didnt stop it! After that we heard shouting about food again! When we went there, everybody made two circles and hold each other hands, sang together, hummed the same tone, huged and bowed for the earth! Then we sat there and volunters brought big buckets with fruit salad, sunflower seeds and raisins and poridge! All the food was either vegan or vegetarian and it was very very tasty! We chatted ...
... mountains and every rock in the valleys. Up & down they could climb, pick-off an enemy with a long shot and dash back up into the mountains. Surviving off the land was second nature. But economic warfare is different.
Greece never received war reparations from Germany. But now, Germany is back making economic demands and they believe their national government has capitulated. Their souls are occupied; their freedom compromised. This ...
My father's father served as the village priest at St. Demetrios at the turn of the 20th century. His picture is on the wall of the Narthex, the first room one enters to light a candle before entering the body of the church. His love for the Church and freedom from occupiers was renowned - so much so that the Ottoman Turks beheaded him on the steps of the Church when he refused to disclose the insurgents' whereabouts. I ...
... be closed. Could have shortened our trip by several days!
Other things we have noticed. Most Albanians look rather surly and will stare at you. When I smile and give a nod, they totally transform their face and smile back at me. They seem to love it when I try to say thank you. The first few times after I had it written down, I still wasn’t doing very well but got pretty good at the end. They laughed a ...
... the cathedral doors.
After devouring our lunch (pasta, of course -- we were in the Balkans!), we decided to explore our first proper Albanian town a bit. We made a wide circle, eventually finding ourselves in a sketchy area that frightened us a bit -- perhaps Korca wasn't all sunshine, weddings, puppy dogs, and flowers? We did our best to hightail it out of there and worked on navigating our way back to our hotel and "safety", ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking