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... 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 ...
... music and there was a sing along. This was followed by a passengers versus the crew tug of war competition. Of course the passengers won - because we cheated at every opportunity we could. We had some down time in the afternoon until we went off to a Captain's Choice presentation on future trips. This was followed by Russ and I doing our last official engagement. We engaged the passengers with a question and answer session which covered a wide range of issues ...
... since prehistoric times, Butrint has been the site of a Greek colony, a Roman city and a bishopric. The city was abandoned in the late Middle Ages after marshes formed in the area. The present archaeological site is a repository of ruins representing each period in the development of the city. It is one of the most beautiful and atmospheric places we've seen on the tour thus far!
We enjoy freshly caught sea bass for dinner tonight at Castle ...
... 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 ...
... our family got through this day without any hereditary squabble, as we enjoyed a visit to Enver Hoxha's childhood home (rumours persist that this is a fiction), which is now an ethnographic museum, followed by a traditional lunch by the street, and a visit to the castle. Every old Albanian town has its "castle", and as we will see they vary a lot, but this is the one that most closely resembles the picture that the word conjures up in the mind of a modern child, ...
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