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... for a view from on high of the Museum on the Water. There are [or were?] 365 monasteries surrounding the lake. We climbed toward the monastery. The views of the lake are pretty but not spectacular. After 0950, we veered off.
Peacocks were about on the grounds of the monastery. The interior frescoes are from the 9th c; the exterior, the 18th c. Whatever number of old frescoes one sees, it is still amazing to that the paint has survived to the degree it ...
... 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 ...
... stops and amazing views to take in. Tourism in the Montenegro coastline is a colossal economic input, with every inch of the 2km main beach in Budva covered by bars and restaurant seating.
We slept in the car park of the Ernest Hemingway restaurant. Again, very kind if them, but the smell of sewage wafting into the tent intermittently through the night was a huge put off! Coincidentally the following day I was hit by a brief but ...
From Thessaloniki we travelled to Kastoria, and waited there for the other bus who goes next to the camp!
We met Francesco there, very nice Swiss guy, who we became
friends with, in rainbow family! We met a latvian guy, a slovakian, polish, israelians and many more while we were on the bus, people have already started
to play music with all kind of instruments...like wooden flutes and santur, many drums and classical instruments! it was like heaven for us:) when we ...
... of the tongue. No outsider understands it - except Flok, the local dog. And, according to my cousin's brother, Flok can open & close doors on his own. The locals turn the "Alvanitika" on and turn it off when visitors or relative of visitors come to town.
Anna came by the cafe. She's the one with the glasses and wearing black. Her brother is the guy who died forty-days ago. Anna is the town gossip. She knows everybody's ...