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... he held his breath and pushed the starter. He was visibly relieved when it started. After a short while he called Mr Mustard (one of the 2 sidekicks, named Mr Mustard and Mr Black because of their T shirts) to take the helm. The skipper donned overalls and selected a spanner. He went to work on the engine. A second spanner was needed. Mr Black added his penny’s worth and another passenger was Very Interested too. Not 10 minutes ...
... can get glimpses of a different way of life that is rapidly disappearing: harsher and sweeter, more primitive and more serene. All of this is reflected in the faces. The ordinary people we briefly had contact with by the way (people outside the tourist industry) projected strength, wariness, and willingness to help a stranger. Of course it is now "five years too late" to see the "real Albania." But as with most parts of the world in the age of tourism, it ...
... so decided to move on. Again we are now heading for the mountains and some cooler temperatures (I'm sure you have already noticed the theme here). The road we took was spectacular, although long and winding. We climbed over a thousand metres in one go, higher that Ben Nevis as Logan kept telling me! Anyway, we got beautiful views of Kotor from the this ...
... the Guest House Andjelich. The map we had was rubbish (Google maps printout) but tourist information managed to point us in the right direction. It turned out that the guest house was literally 50m behind the bus station!
At the guest house, there was a German couple who were doing a bike tour of Montenegro. However, they had had to cut their trip short after adopting a stray puppy dog (looked like
the andrex puppy!). The owner of the guest house ...
We spent the rest of the day trying to see as much as possible of Theth. This village can boast with breathtaking surroundings. It feels like being somewhere in Switzerland – no wonder these mountains are called the Albanian Alps. The village itself only consists of a few dozen houses but they are scattered on a large area. As we were told hardly anybody lives in Theth nowadays and the main reason for this is isolation. During the winter months the ...
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