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... to school? The literacy rate in Albania is evidently really high after a campaign by a previous government where every person between 7 and 40 years of age who was not literate HAD to enrol in a program. We guessed they go by boat.
The end point of the trip was reached. We thought the skipper had duffed his docking manoeuvre. Not so. The Rozafa did not qualify for the cement runway. We docked onto a stony shoreline to the ...
... as an independent kingdom, it boasted embassies of the major European powers. King Nikolai had a palace which was extremely modest by European standards. Indeed, it could have passed as the stable hands house at Versailles.
The grand hotel in Cetinje is not open in the winter which should have told us something about the place but why let trivialities like somewhere decent to stay get in the way of a good adventure. So, I used ...
From Podgorica, it was only a short 2 hour bus trip to Budva, our first stop. Gee and I had decided that, based on the address of our Airbnb apartment and the local map we found, we could easily walk the distance from the bus stop to our place. Unfortunately, we got quite lost, and then when Gee called the host of the unit, she gave us extremely confusing directions over 2 phone calls, which used up all of our credit and landed us absolutely nowhere near where we wanted to ...
With a quick breakfast , just cereal and coffee for me and eggs and oatmeal for Mom, we headed out at 8 am on the tender for a tour of Kotor and Budva in the country of Montenegro. This country along with Serbia and Croatia all used to be part of the old country of Yugoslavia. Our tour begins with a half hour drive to the old town of Budva, right on the Mediterranean. It's an old walled city dating back over a thousand years. ...
... in the hire car took only 30 minutes - that includes getting through the equivalent of Customs and getting our baggage. The airport is about the size of Bundaberg Airport and the staff (Policia) scarcely glanced at our passports. Those tractors (real story) on the runway moving luggage certainly move fast! I think the longest time was the hire car guy actually having to walk more than 500 m to bring us our car. This time it's a Toyota - Corolla ...