Sunday, 3 December 2017

Day 86: Utjeha-Busat, Montenegro

Morning lakeside and another interesting chat, this time with an Irish cyclist tent-goer who also didn't feel the cold!



Albania has the longest, straightest flattest stretches of roads.


And roundabouts with horses on them. Real ones.


Shitet.


Cloud/no cloud.


'It was so clear, Jenny. It looked like there were two skies, one on top of the other.'


Pause for lunch by Cijevna - the Niagara Falls in Montenegro.





A little yappy dog chased us all the way down.





The van has decided we've driven too much today and starts to shudder & cough so we rest by a beach.



Where Google maps said the oldest olive tree would be, it was not to be.


No picture - we found our campsite on the seafront and parked amid olive trees before being treated to Turkish coffee & a chat with the old lady campsite owner and her son, defying the obvious language barrier! (Yes I had a grown up drink to be polite, No I am not a coffee convert).

Bangers & mash, always a smash (never use Smash).



The last of Greece's fruit was used to create two beautiful cheesecakes - I have no idea how Alex did this is the van, I looked up from the blog and it was like magic!







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