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... thick.) No. It's boza.
Fine. I got the bottle and started to drink it. It is unlimke anything I've had before. I can best describe it as tasting sour, burnt, and being really thick and gelatinous. I drank a bit more in an attempt to both figure out what it was and figure out if I liked it. I had no luck on the first, and wasn't totally sure about the second. It was sort of ok, except for the burnt. I wasn't a fan of the burnt part of the flavor.
I ended up ...
... 30am. I will never be sure if kapikule was a dream sequence or weird experiment. There were a number of uniformed staff milling around what could easily have been a TV set approximation of a communist looking railway station. Some if number had by now been eroded and so by now only we five tourists - me, Steven, vera from the Netherlands and two girls - sat in the bleak confines of the waiting room for the 2:55am train. The staff/actors were able ...
... got worse. It was POURING. I was half soaked even with my umbrella because I was pulling along my big bags.
Luckily the Best Western Hotel was nearby and we were the only ones taking it. We arrived at the airport much earlier than departure time and the desk wasn't even open for check-in.
It was a good thing we got there so early because we forgot to get our Visa's in order to go to Turkey. We quickly did it via ...
... on the road. We were told that there had been a mudslide with the rain and that it was going to be four hours before it was cleared. Well our bus driver decided that he would find another way. So he did a u-turn with the bus and drove back the direction that we came from. He later turned of the road and would drive from town to town asking which way to go. At one intersection Adam asked the bus to vote on which way we should ...
... effects of the Communist regime have been clearly evident as we travelled through these Adriatic countries. The basic infrastructure is quite poor. Roads and highways are pot-holed, footpaths crumbling and buildings are damaged and there is always graffiti. It appears that graffiti is a form of protest from the young and people are still trying to reconcile what has happened in their past to today's modern times. Many Communist buildings ...