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... to get a shot before it took off but he sat firmly. I got closer and closer and was finally right up beside him and he never even tried to run.
I put my hand towards its head and it started climbing up my hand and on up the arm of my jacket. He seemed extremely curious.
After a load of photos I took him to the grass and put him into safety and he simply just wandered off into the wild bush. What a great find that was and it certainly made my day.
Not a sound sleep but needed the alarm at 0630. Down for 0700 brekkie with the Breakfast Club, U/K alluding to some unwarranted dissatisfaction directed at Daniela's way re Albania. Had a lighter brekkie but a chocolate pudding in compensation. Prior to leaving, U/K advised the complainers were Ms Posh Nosh [big surprise there] and the BS. U/K thought they were already scoping out their complaint letter to Explore and she [and I] would counter them; some trip ...
... the maps I needed onto his netbook.
The standard of driving dropped dramatically when we entered Albania, we had to go right through the centre of the capital city Tirana,manic! Cars coming from every direction.
Our group expanded to six today with Scottish Mike joining us.Both Shayne and Mike had minor offs due ...
... cafes. There's also a large museum about Albanias history but unfortunately very little in English. On the second night we went out for supper with a charming American couple, Dave and Maia, who were exploring the Balkans like us.
We met a Japanese chap called Yuichiro who was cycling from Portugal to Japan over the course of a year and a month. We were heading in the same direction so we teamed up for a marvelous day through the Albanian ...
From Thessaloniki we travelled to Kastoria, and waited there for the other bus who goes next to the camp!
We met Francesco there, very nice Swiss guy, who we became
friends with, in rainbow family! We met a latvian guy, a slovakian, polish, israelians and many more while we were on the bus, people have already started
to play music with all kind of instruments...like wooden flutes and santur, many drums and classical instruments! it was like heaven for us:) when we ...