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... highway that we had seamed to had lost along the way. We even had a traffic policeman make us come forward on a red light into the middle of the intersection, then proceeded to stop all oncoming traffic to let us through - all whilst smiling an waving - what a legend. After a few more wrong turns and some fast u-turns across the southern highway, we found our campsite - and what a campsite it was! The owner has built a lagoon and beachfront ...
... Ben's silly string soon started causing problems, and so did I. so we abandoned the party and hit the town.
Funny thing about third developing nations they loved our ridiculousness! Throw in a silly costume and the world is yours for the taking. We were unstoppable. Me dressed as Santa, Ben as Mrs. Clause, and Taz as our hot little fairy and no club was off limits. We ...
... more interesting in real life, books just make it boring! I ended up climbing atop a rock wall to get my Rocky pose on and nearly fell off the back when 50 mph gusts of wind came ripping thru. It was my closest near death experience. For dinner, we went into downtown Athens to walk up a cobblestone street for a mile to reach the top of a hill surrounded by restaurants and people seated outside having dinner and drinking ...
... there is an almost vertical drop into a deep ravine. The aqueduct that was built in the 17th century by the Turks is still standing. There is the ‘Lion of St Mark’ over the entrance that means the Venetians were here. Several others before them:
In this area there are many old olive trees. There is one that is over 2000 years. According to the guide book it is well signposted, well! It may have been when they researched the book but ...
... sweetness and joy, but better than expected.
The next day we headed off to Kruja, the town that Skanderbeg had managed to defend for so long. In Albania there are only very few official buses but an awful lot of furgons, minibuses which leave when the driver has enough paying guests to justify it, and also don't leave from bus stations, but just from somewhere that suits the driver. The locals of the town or city know exactly where the furgons for ...