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... Ganadio the café wasn't even open. The old church was - open. The priest and two others were doing some maintenance. It was a very strange interior. The walls and ceiling were painted a deep, strong blue colour which made it dark and I thought a bit claustrophobic. The are many and varied adornments from several different places. One wooden altar piece was from Girokaster in Albania - evidently a Ganadio resident had been working there and carved it for his ...
... road was not well kept and judging by the rocks and landslides along the way it looks like last nights storm did not only cause problems in the Adriatic sea but up here on the mountains as well.
All along this little road workers were clearing the way. Rocks and trees of all sizes were all over the place and I was just hoping I would get through.
This road climbed its way up the edge of a rather high mountain and passed through a number of little towns. I ...
... who was a religious cleric, and married with children, had a chance to flee the country but did not. For two or three years he had to remain indoors, very occasionally sneaking out at night. Finally he decided he did not want to live like that. He came out openly, and was killed.
2. Following an adultery case, the woman was put to death. Normally the man would have his ears and nose cut off, but several years later he was still living in the same town. "How ...
... at Kosmati on the opposite (eastern) side of the Northern Pindos NP, at the modern Dryades Hotel, €36 with breakfast, very friendly, dinner available. This area is also rugged and scenic, for example at Spileo.
After dropping off the car we took a bus to the Albanian border at Kakavia (€12.40 for two), then a taxi to Gjirokaster (€10) where we were met by family members.
Gjirokaster 15 degrees, overcast
Last day in Sarande is overcast to start with but then the sun comes out. I have breakfast at the hotel, mama makes me a nice omelette to go with usual cheeses, ham, bread and tomato. Full, I checkout and the owner drops me at the bus station. They are a lovely family and deserve to succeed with their hotel.
I locate a furgon to Gjirokaster and wait 20 minutes until it is ready to go. I have ...