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Peja is the largest city in far western Kosovo near the Accursed Mountains. It's quite a large town with an old bazaar with shops mostly selling cheap Chinese made clothing and household items of little interest to a visitor. Peja also has a couple mosques and is actually a quite pleasant town to walk around or sit outside at a café having a beer or lunch at one of the many kebab shops.
One of the things that quickly became apparent in Kosovo is how relaxed ...
Kosovo is likely one of the least visited countries in Europe by travelers, probably because it's such a new nation as well as that most people probably remember it best as the location of the last war in the Balkans as Yugoslavia broke up. Kosovo is quite a small country with a little under two million people in about 4,000 square miles of territory, but that makes it the most densely populated country in southeastern Europe.
I have quite strong memories ...
I didn’t really have much in the way of expectations for the
two nights and day in Valbona National Park in the mountainous northernmost
part of Albania, an area sometimes called the Albanian Alps but actually named
The Accursed Mountains. The name makes the area sound forbidding and dangerous,
but the scenery is quite spectacular, the canyon through the park steep sided
and vary narrow in spots, a bit reminiscent of spots I California’s Sierra ...
Wednesday 10 June
Despite being so comfortable we had ants in our pants after a day of swimming and lazing in the sun. So, at 6am we tried to leave quietly, on Brutus. Ummm. Not really possible. Fortunately most of the people we woke up had left by the time we returned.
We rode through Shkoder town and below the ancient Rozafa Castle, built to protect the lucrative hinterland. It's an interesting mixture of cultures ...
I'm blaming them on cheese. I have whole conversations, pick out wardrobe, see colours. I blame it on cheese with every ...