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... is a "huge" kidder and he told us so many silly things like the "fact" that the people don't like tourists and the shrines were there in memory of those they really didn't like. Our first stop was at a tiny church (Aga Anna) and lovely home and garden in Aleimatades. I hope the pictures do the size of the vegetables justice. The homeowner came out and greeted us and picked a massive head of cabbage. Beautiful. As we climbed further into the mountains and the weather cleared, ...
... t been the case so far and this monastery was extraordinarily beautiful and small. I felt like we were on the scene of where Mamma Mia was filmed. It that perfectly fit my vision of Greece. We were up pretty far and looking down on the beaches and houses kept my camera busy. I thought we had had narrow winding roads before, but today won the prize. It was white knuckle time and luckily we had a very good bus driver.
As we travelled the countryside, ...
... to the airport in the dark for an early flight to Venice where we met up with Steve and Bernie Wightman who were on their honeymoon. Since even a honeymoon is better with friends, all six of us boarded the NCL Jade in Venice for a week-long cruise of the Greek Islands.
During the week we visited the islands of Corfu, Santorini, Mykonos, and Katakolon (Olympia), Greece. ...
... was 30 Lek ($0.30) and we made it with plenty of time for our bus. There is one bus at 8am, the next at 2pm, and no other buses. We waited for the bus to fill and a Japanese lady we had chatted with yesterday also joined us.
Heading south from Berat the roads were in poorer shape in ...
... one side and hillside on the other. Not to mention the 25 switchback corners that necessitated a bit of reversing each time. Interesting guide telling the story of Montenegro, less than 1 million people. 74% Montenegran Orthodox, 21% Muslim, 5% Catholic. And although that adds up to 100, she said there were some smaller minority groups. Walked through the old town and viewed the wall built to keep out ...