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We were escorted on to the bus, ever so kindly, by Tomi, the guy who ran the hostel that we stayed in the previous night. It travelled north up the Albanian coast showing off some of the most beautiful scenery we've come across, or as I saw briefly in between naps. We had been up so early and even though I knew I was missing out, I was too tired to keep my eyes open. The bus ride was long but pleasant and in the early afternoon we arrived in Albania's capital, Tirana. We had to transfer to ...
... outside can be refined to quite an art. In an adjacent piazza, an enterprising street seller, whose cart is a mobile hard liquor stand, shoves five darts in your hand and promises a free drink in exchange for a bullseye. Of course you don't hit the tiny bullseye. The penalty being that you morally required to fork over a euro for a thimble full of rotgut aquadente. But you walk away feeling you have gotten your euros worth of entertainment. Across the piazza, you ...
DAY 249–250 – 05/09/13-06/09/13 – BUDVA RIVIERA – ULCINJ
After a quick, but hardly comfy, bus ride across the coast of Montenegro, we arrived in the town of Ulcinj, which is the last major city before the Albania border and therefore a great point for crossing into Albania. We were there for that reason too and thought as long as we were here we might as well enjoy what the town has to offer.
As we jumped off the bus we were, as ...
... ended up at a small beach, which had a restaurant, camp site and little cottages. It was over priced but had a good view. We didn't even swim in the lake as when went down for a swim the clouds rolled in and a thunderstorm started. We have seen so many thunderstorms while we have been away, I suppose it's all the hot, humid weather. Pretty cool though. Last full day in Montenegro, let's hope we get into Albania tomorrow!
... t have it on him. Five minutes later, we pulled up outside a large apartment block, where the driver’s sister was waiting in the parking lot with his passport. We headed 10 minutes out of Podgorica, where the driver stopped at a gas station in Tuzi to check the tire pressure, fill out some customs paperwork, and remove the TAXI sign from atop the car. He explained he didn’t want the sign to fall off while we traveled at high speeds along the highway.
Departed Tuzi ...