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We can't believe we have only 2 full days left. Tomorrow we have to be at our final destination, Plataria, Sailing Holiday's northern Ionian base. We left our 3-night, post-storm anchorage at Monganissi as quickly as possible this morning since, frankly, we'd had enough of it and enough of getting in and out of a dinghy filled with water to go anywhere was getting tiresome. We headed off for the Greek mainland and there was just about enough wind for a gentle, morning ...
... to wear a life jacket because even though the seas were really calm there was an undercurrent that pulled you out to sea immediately. It was a cool way to meet each other. Everyone offered help to a hapless swimmer. Roy, being the ever cautious one, stayed in his kayak and even that was a pretty hard paddle. Sorry, no ...
... beaches. They are a constant reminder of the Communist reign, not a happy memory for most as Albanians were essentially kept in the dark from the outside world for 50 years. No one was allowed in or out of the country. I can't imagine the lack of freedom!
And there are also castles scattered throughout the country. Beautiful old castles positioned on the tops of hills overlooking old cities. I visit castles in Himarė, Gjirokastra, Berat and Shkodėr. ...
... At the edge of
the old city there was a main road that reminded me of Brunswick, back in the
sixties. Unassuming little shops, magnificent plaques (that we couldn’t read)
and more coffee houses than we have in Melbourne.
When in Corfu, do as the corfuans do – sit in a sidewalk
coffee and watch the people walk by.
We had two ice coffees each and tried to decide which way will lead us back to the bus.
... to much, just hung around chatting to people and a little walk around the streets. That evening there was a horrible car crash outside the hostel, a motorcycle hit by a drunk driver in a car. We saw the aftermath from the balcony and it was pretty dreadful and puts things back in perspective. So after that somber note we went to bed before our 6am bus. The next morning we walked up to the ...