Dardha Touristic Village
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... breakfast, friendly owner). There are a couple of restaurants in the village. We had a nice meal (I recommend the famous local giant beans) with beer for €15 and they tried to give us free dessert. We were lucky to find the small church open; it is about a thousand years old and the interior is completely covered in paintings. The tourist office in the village is very helpful.
In Lake Prespa Minor, Agios Achillos Island is accessible only by boat or ...
... 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 ...
... back into Albania. It was in a beautiful location and in it's day it would have been awesome. Today however it was run down (derelict looking), messy, dirty and generally depressing. What was even more depressing though was that people (lots of them) were still holidaying there. We had a swim in the lake and a quiet night.
After a lovely visit to Dubrovnik Will and I have been making our way further down the coast. So much to say!
Dubrovnik - Kotor
Kotor - Bar
Bar - Skhoder
Skhoder - Tirana
Tirana - Lake Ohrid
Apart from the volume of people on the coast, we both fell in love with Montenegro's Kotor Bay, yet another UNESCO site. The huge bay stretches it's clear water inland in 3 directions, providing us with a stunning flat 50km ...
... and a tall glass of wheat beer. As I ate (and drank) my blissful breakfast, I listened to the tunes of "If You're Going to San Francisco..." and a dance remix of "Sunny".
Anyway, this blog is not all about airports! I arrived in Albania! I realized when I landed that there was little risk of me having a hard time finding my friend at the Airport, since the entire building of the airport is about the size of a Target ...