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... he was younger, Besim recording it on camera... The story has been told many times.... I am sure we have it somewhere on VHS that we could have had converted to DVD and give everyone a copy to save them hours... (Lol) Besim, Arber and I retired to Besim's house for more cocktails... Besim's cocktail, Malibu,orange juice and a touch of raspberry cordial.... Very very shumë Naten mer (good ...
Arriving just in the nick of time, Arber and Besim collected us from Vienna airport just as their was a suspicious unattended bag in the arrivals section of the he airport. It was closed off as the police invaded the area, cutting it off - no one could get in, or out... Catastrophe averted, we were on our way to Arber's house in Stoob (about 45 minute driven from Vienna) After suffering mild whip-lash rom Besim's rally ...
A very sad day. Saying goodbye to everyone was a lot harder than I thought it would be. Not sure why I thought it would be in any way easy. I knew what it was like the first time I had to say goodbye two years ago. This family is so emotional, close-knit and support each other. It really hit home to me what "family" and close communities should be about. Dad and Baci Adam had a ...
... website said. But despite all the problems, it is a good deal. 20 Euros each to downtown Prague. The bus seats have minimal leg room, but there is free WiFi, free drinks and movies. We met a really nice man from the Czech Republic who is just returning from visiting his girlfriend in Boston. When we got to the hotel, we connected with Val and Dan and then went out to dinner on the main square in the old ...
... happiest when I am full". Brian has found his spiritual home! The towns here look quite uninviting in that the streets are lined with walls and each house is accessed through a large gate in the wall. The gate opens to an internal courtyard with the house built around it. We have seen variations of this in China and France. The big tourist draw is the storks. They return ...