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... I found is that food in the southern Balkans is not too starchy. It tends more towards meat, dairy, and lots of fresh vegetables instead of rice, potatoes, and pasta like dishes. After nearly two months in Britain and Ireland it was so nice not to have everything come with a mound of "chips", or grease-boiled potatoes strips as I like to call French fries. There’s always a lot of bread available, but you can eat as much of that as you choose; it’s not served on the plate ...
Today, we spend the preponderance of our day driving through Montenegro and making our way to Berat, Albania. Along the way, we stopped to take pictures of the stunning drive and views, as well as some of the beaches that looked interesting.
The country is very small but is really trying to draw tourists to their coastal areas. We found there were many Serbians and Russians enjoying the areas, which made them all the more intriguing. If we return ...
... a 'pyramid' in the center of town, that used to be a museum. Now, it's just a trashed building resembling a pyramid that is covered in graffiti and surrounded by trash...totally not utilized. It would make a great art gallery or venue for punk-rock shows if there was any money for infrastructure. The city still had a communist feel to it, even the local opera house seemed very cold and drab. Back to the infrastructure thing, I guess I'm used to street numbers. I ...
... how crazy traffic is here makes Italy feel sedate. Hotel is nice, decide for walk around main square but most of evening in.
Others will still be in the air, hope they are going OK
Josh has been amusing himself with selfies all trip when the girls have fallen asleep. In Dianne's case, just about every trip over 40 km. With their permission I post some of the best ofs. I believe he has plenty of ...
... It sounds good moving on from place to place but in reality it can be a bit of an effort if you are doing it all solo. It really helps to have someone else to bounce ideas off.
We did a day tour up to Durmitor national park in the north of the country which was great. The scenery was very dramatic in places, lots of rugged mountains and green valleys. We saw the Tara bridge over the river and this was where I had hoped to do ...