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After crashing out at 9.00pm (blamed the early night on the time change and the fact it felt like it was freezing), we were up and about breakfasting with the rest of the campsite which is a rare occurrence. We had our sights set on the Albanian coast and were prepared for a challenging day ahead. After asking the campsite owner about the road condition one more time, to which he replied 'it is fine, 2 hours 15 mins - easy - new highway'! Ok hmm ...
So now we have to go back to the hotel and finish packing and that means we have 6 bottles of wine between my husband and me and one bottle of Raki and our daughter has a bottle of Raki. We looked up on the internet to make sure we could come in with this much from a non EU country and we were ok. Sure did almost tilt our suitcases though.
Klodi comes to fetch us on time and we wind out way ...
... out. We get to this place called the Hat Trick and it was the happening spot. Their signature drink came in a bucket. Similar to our fish bowl. The bartender poured 3 bottles for a good 7 seconds and topped it off with pineapple juice and blue curaçao. Delicious to say the least. The cost 79 Kuna which translates to $11 bucks. We closed the place somewhere around 3-5 am. Not exactly sure. Day 2: Booze Cruise! Woke up at 8am to make the 8:30 bus ride ...
... a slightly strange looking woman having an argument with an official looking man (Police I think) and also didn't think much of it. I walked around the corner and saw some TV crews and thought that Ramadan had just started so maybe they were having a Ramadan special. Then I spotted Eliza Dushku and the other man who I had just seen on TV, but was quickly shooed away by a big man. I apologised and he said 'Oh, are you American', 'No ...
... are just so incredibly pretty. We went back to the top end of Lake Skadar and saw the small old bridge. Well, compared to other things it’s not really that old, only 19th century. A stream comes out of a cave and flows into the lake a few k’s further down.
We set off to walk to the cave believing; from a sign we saw that it was 1.8k’s. After walking a bit further than that we then saw another sign saying it was a further ...