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... replied, yes yes Holland! Found our way to the main road and set our sights in the border to Montenegro. Divers just as crazy as usual, but journey was much more amusing - car lot after car lot of Mercedes, Audis and VW's for sale. All various years some without number plate and some with blatant foreign number plates - ah the land of the stolen car. Albania doesn't check cars serial numbers or plates against any database ...
... 50 Euros each for a half day and we are really trying to stretch our money as far as we can (100 Euro is about 3 days budget for us!!) It is something to put on the list for the next time we are in Montenegro because we will definitely be back. After walking it was another relaxing afternoon and evening. We went for a walk down the road and found 2 big derelict hotels. It was ...
... out of second gear such is the state of the winding road.
The town we passed through before we started climbing the mountain looked very 'third world' with run down houses and apartment buildings. Down some streets you almost expected to see livestock come running out from the small yards. In one spot the washing was hung next to a wall on the opposite side of the road to the house. There is a distinct absence of Hills hoists.
We've travelled through the ...
... a swim). The Lonely Planet guide book said it would take about 3 hours to see the lake, which was fine as we were both still really sore from the mammoth trek yesterday and couldn't do anything to strenuous (I had 3 blisters to deal with!).
At the bus station, we found that the best plan for getting back was to catch a bus to the city of Nikšić, then catch another bus to Podgorica. We also checked in with several tour agencies about rafting tours. ...
... part of Montenegro. We inflated the raft, and set out on an almost fifty kilometer (eight-hour) raft back to the campsite. Beginning on the river Tara, we hit white-water and strong currents. This is a river that in May, as the winter ice drains away from the mountains, becomes fast and furious. As we crossed the river, our rafting instructor got out to get a lift back, as Cat and I, along with four Danish guys and the lovely Stefan began a four hour raft back on Drina. I've ...