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- Continental Breakfast
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... through to Montenegro an stopped in kotor for lunch. Beautiful hilly country. Then off to Albania where we met black Betty in durres. 12 hour driving day! The roads in Albania were shocking with m**************s everywhere and CRAZY drivers! Passing blindly or within a second or two of oncoming traffic, never seen anything like it! Finally meet up with black Betty, (reverse of us, done Greece ...
... tell because Klodi is not afraid of driving fast today.
We go through another deserted copper mine in one town. Most of the windows are broken out of the main building, as usual. Passing cemeteries, bee hives, hay stacks, sacrificial bears for good luck hanging off of roofs and eves. Passing lovely houses tucked into cliffs, train trestles, and once a whole lot of ...
... that were untouched. Too bad none of us packed our board shorts to take a swim. Ate lunch on the beach where we dug our feet in the sand sipping on wine and enjoying yet another Greek salad with capers and olive oil dressing. The night was topped with a toga party at the hotel pool/bar that went on till the early morning. It was sad to leave Mykonos, but I know I'll be back to Greece and the other islands! Next up, ...
... get any hot water it was just a quick shower with Ronan Keating, a classical tooth clean and a disco p*ss before a quick bite from the hot breakfast buffet and jumping on the bus to the Albanian town of Kruja en route to Budva and Montenegro.
Kruja is the hometown of Albania's national hero Skanderbeg, who was originally called Kastrioti and was the son of an Albanian prince. He was handed over as a hostage to the Turks who ...
... in the north but deteriorated when we got towards the coast. Not only household litter but also building waste especially that of broken concrete, tiles and bricks. After we crossed into Bosnia-Herzegovina the dumped rubbish was everywhere along the roadsides and the situation has continued through Serbia, Kosovo and the more populated parts of Montenegro, so Albania has plenty of company. Mind you, much of Italy was equally as bad, particularly the ...