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19 June 2015
We really appreciate the fact that we can "park off" on the road side, if we need to, and be completely "safe", as we were outside Konitsa.
An early morning stop at fuel station and off we went to follow the advice of the man who ran it. He thought we would enjoy a trip to The Stone Villages. And we did.
We visited two of them - Molitsa and Ganadio. The latter is over 450 years old. Both were built by local artisans who ...
Yesterday's day at sea was both very busy and also great fun. I had to give my final presentation on the First World War in the mid-morning and that demanded a bit of my time before hand. The presentation, like all the others was very well attended and well received. It is always nice to get positive feedback and by now people knew us well enough to be quite forthcoming. After the presentation we went to an Aussie BBQ/fish and chip event on the pool deck. The ships ...
We drive 125 kilometers this morning from Vlora to Saranda, along the Albanian Riviera. Ascending over high mountains and winding back down to sea level, the road is fairly well maintained but not for the faint of heart or stomach. After dining at a waterfront restaurant on the Ionian Sea in Saranda, we continue to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Butrint. We have the entire place to ourselves - seeing just one other tourist at the beginning of our visit.
Getting back into Harold after a week of hostels/apartments is always a bit love/hate with some added nerves.
Love – Harold, his great. Our vessel for adventure and creator of our freedom.
Hate – Cant stand up. I don't hate it at all, just when it rains, like today.
Nervous – Will he start? Any new leaks? Why are there so many flies in here? Has he rolled down the hill in Sarajevo? (No, he did not)
... distant only a space of a few yards in appearance, a real hour's descent and climb separated two seats of hereditary squabble." (2). As with many travel writers who doubt that reviewers will have any means of checking, Lear seems to have been exaggerating a wee bit. Still, it would be fair to say that if 19th-century Albanians had had poisoned arrows, they would have been well set up for New Guinea-style ritual warfare from their doorsteps.
Equally fair to ...
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Permet City Center, Permet | Hotelfrom $38