Grand Hotel Europa
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... then we were signed into Albania. The Albania process was a little slow, but the guard indicated that the computer was slow, so he had to input the passports by hand. We had to show papers for the car in both places, but everything seemed in order. In any case, it was less than 10 minutes for us to cross into Albania.
There was no obvious change entering Albania, except maybe the presence of a few bunkers. We did have to pass one donkey cart, ...
... I must wait, and a few minutes later he returned with an arm full of apples.
As soon as we landed in Greece, at about 6.30am, we transferred to another ferry destined for the island of Corfu. About two hours later we have arrived, and set off to find some cash and then explore the island. Well nothing has changed. The traffic here is as crazy as Italy, with the exception being that motorcyclists chose to or are not required to wear helmets, so it came as ...
... traditional practices of what he may have considered a lesser culture.
But even the most sensitive visitor could hardly have foreseen the offence Lear committed a few days later: "I, for want of paper, was obliged to make a small though accurate portrait of [the younger brother of a 40-year-old merchant] on the same page as that on which I had drawn his eldest brother, on a larger scale." Both brothers ...
... kept stepping towards me in a threatening way and I left. I think the shop might have been for men only!
I headed in to the next place down, bought a juice and sat down outside. An older fellow approached the store and had a chat to the old man sitting near me before asking me where I was from and a few other friendly questions. Then he asked me how I was related the guy sitting near me. I told him I wasn't and was feeling a bit confused. The old guys were talking among ...
... but I’d like to get better at this. Which is a little difficult when your home town is basically as flat as a gluten and lactose free pancake. I may have to break into some city office blocks and do some stair walking. Stairwells aren’t quite as scenic though when you’re wheezing like a mouth eaten 300 year old accordion then you don’t have so much time to look at the scenery anyway. So I survived – ...