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... Balkans that is split between Albanian and Montenegrin territory.
Albanians are descended from the Illyrians, a tribal people
who lived in eastern Adriatic region north of Greece in an area somewhat larger
than today’s greater Albania. The Illyrians unsuccessfully fought the Romans to
maintain their independence, were Christianized under Byzantine rule, and only
gradually became predominantly Muslim much later under Ottoman rule.
... then we were signed into Albania. The Albania process was a little slow, but the guard indicated that the computer was slow, so he had to input the passports by hand. We had to show papers for the car in both places, but everything seemed in order. In any case, it was less than 10 minutes for us to cross into Albania.
There was no obvious change entering Albania, except maybe the presence of a few bunkers. We did have to pass one donkey cart, ...
... I must wait, and a few minutes later he returned with an arm full of apples.
As soon as we landed in Greece, at about 6.30am, we transferred to another ferry destined for the island of Corfu. About two hours later we have arrived, and set off to find some cash and then explore the island. Well nothing has changed. The traffic here is as crazy as Italy, with the exception being that motorcyclists chose to or are not required to wear helmets, so it came as ...
... day in Albania we visited Lake Koman, which involved a drive up and down another precipitous road. By now we were all dulled to the risks. Lake Koman is in a valley that was flooded by a series of dams for hydroelectric power. In drizzly weather we took a cruise up the valley and back. Clouds on the hills are often make them more scenic than on a clear day. After we got off the boat, we had lunch in a restaurant under the bridge, and we do mean under the ...
... traditional practices of what he may have considered a lesser culture.
But even the most sensitive visitor could hardly have foreseen the offence Lear committed a few days later: "I, for want of paper, was obliged to make a small though accurate portrait of [the younger brother of a 40-year-old merchant] on the same page as that on which I had drawn his eldest brother, on a larger scale." Both brothers ...