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... with no rules. We watched everything buzzing around us, held our breath and went for it. We aimed for a hotel, where the security guard requested we park our bikes as close to the door as possible and lock them, the not so perfect first Albainian words we wanted to hear. A crowd was congregating on the street watching us, as the prominent domed building across projected a beautiful call to prayer to the town. Strangely, the sound confirmed, for the first time on this trip, ...
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 ...
... and an old fortress up the hill. It was very authentic Albania and we didn't see any other tourists. We split off into groups for lunch. Nothing on the menu looked appealing so I was going to have fries but then decided that was a bit too boring so I went for stuffed peppers with rice. The picture did not look very nice but turned out to be pretty good! The old Albanian lady running the restaurant was really lovely but she spoke no English so ...
... 55 and drove along Lake Skadar on an excellent newly paved road. It took only 20 minutes to reach the Montenegrin border post. Six minutes later, we pulled up to the Albanian checkpoint. The immigration officer spoke with our driver in English, asking to see his international driver’s license. Our driver replied that he didn’t have it with him. Mom and I could not hear all of the exchange, but we did clearly hear our driver ask, "Can we work something out?" We pulled off to ...
... about the bathroom. Hot shower and clean lavatory. Everything else is a bonus.
So today, after my airport transfer turned up 1.5 hours early (i.e. 3:30am) and I finally got on the plane, I almost broke the hand of the poor man sitting next to me. Hold me hand! Talk to me!! And now I've probably scarred him for life - this was only his second trip on a plane. He'd flown to Istanbul to get a nosejob and ...