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... shade causing a cooler temperature.
We ate lunch on a moored floating platform at the Restaurant Ostrovo. Had a Macedonian salad [cukes, tomatoes, onions and peppers] and a Skopska beer ; have just 75 denars left. Discussion about Greek refreshments, Kindles and Ian's love of trains consumed the time. Had to chuckle when the English said chips/french fries with a fried egg was a good combo.
The ungodly sum of 35M was allotted for souvenir ...
Long,long day. three border crossings, Montenegro, Albania and Greece.left 7:30 am arrived 8:0 pm. Finally got my sat nav working, first time since France.My sat nav is about 4 years old and I,d thought I had managed to copy over all of the maps I needed to the memory card, wrong! Luckerly Peter our support truck driver is a star ...
... by the trip and was very happy for us to sleep in his mother's garden and Told us all about his tours on motorbike. His 5yo daughter came down bearing ice creams for us and in the morning Albert brought us a bag of delicious hot cheesy pastries and yogurt. Such kindness and he wanted nothing but to hear about what we were doing in basic English. Restores one's faith in people!
On we went, following the coast down to near a town called Bar, again ...
... saw many tents and tipis. We were already almost too late there, so we ate some fruit salad and met two very nice German guys (whats up with all the great German people we meet??) and went to dance with everybody around the fires and make music with different groups of people all around. After that we went to the tent to get some sleep and warm up!
Next morning after a freezing night we heard many bells around our tent, when Karolina opend it, we saw many sheeps everywhere and ...
Greeks understood hand-to-hand combat, raping of their women, and the destruction of their village. It was war - inherently evil where there are no rules and everything is fair-game. Everyone knew they would eventually prevail. It was just a matter of time before they would liberate themselves. A few years of Nazi control or 400 years of Ottoman occupation - time was always on their side. The Greek insurgents knew every boulder ...