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... came back we walked on another 100 metres and found quite a nice restaurant area of about 200 square metres - in a town of 150,000 this was pretty much it for entertainment - I had even looked up TomTom and searched on nightlife and it had returned a nil result.
Drink pricing was interesting 1 euro 50 for a Scotch and 1 euro 20 for a beer - this makes up somewhat for the surroundings.
... mentioned tea and chocolate at home, and the unanimous decision was made. Natan downloaded Taken 2 and we squeezed onto the fold-out bed for movie night. Party animals. We took a long time to get going in the morning, but eventually Elle, Gee and I caught a bus into town to do some shopping, and the boys made some vague noise about going to the beach then coming in to meet us. We found a few little things in Kotor, Gee posted a stack of postcards, and we had lunch in a hotel ...
... drinks. After sitting around and talking, we went in the water and played a local game with a volleyball that was similar to pig in the middle. Note to self- if you catch a volleyball with your sunglass in your hand, the glasses break! Anyways, then there was a bar that you could swim out to, so we went out there and had some more drinks and dove of the bar, and sun tanned, and swam. It was such a blast. I love when average starting days turn into ...
... and fewer people going up and the sun rose further. into the sky.
Heading down, ran into Nathalie going solo and then Ian and Jill. The descent was largely cool. Took the powder magazine descent route but saw no vestige of same. To the Caffe and Kuzina Scorpio for a well deserved cappuccino. The Aussie boys were meandering around, Gavin off for a[n unnecessary] haircut while John was trying to figure out what to do with a few extra days ...
After lots of planning and uncertainty – for some time we thought we'd have to cancel it altogether – we finally set off on our Albanian cycling trip on a Thursday evening at the end of June. We didn’t make big fuss of the preparations so we could send some time with friends the night before. Of course, we had to write lists and do several rounds of shopping (we always forgot something) and I had to spend many hours repairing and maintaining the ...