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... of passing bays with out pulling over and then when the road was a little clearer he drove right down the middle!!!!
We even went on a State Highway road that came down to a gravel path. We turned around and found that the road does not exist anymore. You think that we might have noticed as the volumes of traffic was reduced significantly. I asked a policeman who reassured us that we need to go back about 10 kms and turn left. After a short very ...
... of the village.
The main signs of life were a restaurant/ 5 bedroomed inn in Molitsa where a lady was gathering herbs in the garden and her husband brought us coffee. Up the road a young boy (8ish) with his grandparents were clearing the pavement of leaves. No further signs of human inhabitants.
We had coffee here and it was set up to accommodate over 50 people - we wondered if buses came up the narrow road? We were the only ones there at the ...
... got my head down once again. Five minutes later they came knocking at the door and turfed me out my cabin and ordered us to go and sit in the lounge!!
By 4am we had finally docked in Patra and I was loaded up and off that ship by 04h10. Before I left I went to reception and asked about hotels in Patra and if they will be open at this time of night and old grumpy face answered in his rather abrupt way "of course they open".
Lucky for me I met another biker on ...
... ugly resort town of Sarandė, then along a spectacular coastal road, often high above the sea. Brian and Audrey looked for an old woman from whom they had bought honey, and we found her house and stopped in to buy some more.
Two true stories of revenge:
1. The owner of a place of refreshment, dealing with an altercation in his establishment, happened to kill a man. Several of the male relatives of the killer had to go into hiding. One in particular, ...
... for €50, run by a friendly couple, restaurant attached.
Pigi: Frances insisted on going there because of the name. The short drive from Konitsa is up and then down through pine forest. A pretty village, but it felt almost abandoned.
From Konitsa the drive up to the Prespa Lakes (next entry) was scenic, with very little traffic. A few days later on the way back to Ioannina we spent ...