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... Eventually my satnav is telling me to turn left and onto some rather secondary road and after seeing it I decided to pull over and see what is going on. Looking at the map its wanting to take me along a small little twisty road to the town of Kastoria instead of the main road. I changed the settings but whatever I did it seemed it was taking me this way and no other way!!
Sure enough I take this little twisty road and after a few miles I was so glad I did. What a great road ...
... a headache so bagged any alcohol which was not the end of the world. The LB tried to pour some wine for U/K with the top on. Favourite cities was the topic to conclude things. Dinner dragged on for more than two hours. Half of them, with nothing better to do, are still in the restaurant.
Ian had been able to get wifi but I've tried near reception to no avail. Will try in Greece tomorrow. Need an aspirin and a good night's sleep. Bagged out after 2130.
... the maps I needed onto his netbook.
The standard of driving dropped dramatically when we entered Albania, we had to go right through the centre of the capital city Tirana,manic! Cars coming from every direction.
Our group expanded to six today with Scottish Mike joining us.Both Shayne and Mike had minor offs due ...
... within meters of the water. Loads of stop-offs, swims and picture moments. We stopped for the night in Kotor (the town) and settled at a lovely little bar on the beach. No sooner had the sun fallen and we were without lodging for the night. No campsites nearby, so we thought we would try our luck with the locals. We spotted a man watering his garden with his golden lab, an instant sign that we might have a winner. The charming man (Albert) ...
... so we slept a lot in the camp of rainbow and just rested for the upcoming days! the last night in hippie camp was a full moon celebration! it's hard to describe it..but it was like a pagan fest, with fire show, all kinds of rituals, dancing in circles and much more, the full moon was above us and we could clearly see the lines of the mountains...We can just encourage you to visit it at least once in your life! Next morning we went hitchiking to Halkidiki, to Despina, my greek friend!