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... the summer rush was over, but we still found the weather delightfully warm and swimmable. Had a couple of lovely wines on the waterfront.
Rem then brought a bottle of red back to the hotel too!
Fri 10th: Had a lazy day at Sarande READING (well I did) and swimming at another ...
... and Sally, her travel partner, and spent the afternoon much like the morning but with two extra people and a few more beers for non-drivers/not-Ari. Day well spent. Whilst it was one of the busiest towns we have visited this year, Dubrovnik has an amazing charm that cannot be hidden behind the hoards of cruise ship and bus tour tourists. The combination of postcard blue Adriatic waters, preserved old town streets, terracotta roofs and medieval ...
... to be happy to be rid of it. Many have relatives in other European countries or North America.
Brian and Audrey have lived in Albania for several years, and speak Albanian quite well (which is not an easy accomplishment). This gave us insights which we otherwise could not have had. Brian often stopped the car to ask for directions, sometimes for information and sometimes, he explained, because the people looked interesting and he wanted to give us a ...
... 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 ...
... Yes!', she confirmed. 'And, how long will it take to get there?', we asked. 'Around 6 to 7 hours,' was her reply. It seemed too good to be true and that's because it was. The bus was set to depart at 6pm so we had a casual 1.5hrs to find a supermarket and stock up on some bus snacks before boarding. We were really happy sitting on board the bus, reflecting on our time in Greece and looking forward to the adventures that we were about to experience. But, it turned out that we were up for ...
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