Day 6: Parga

After five days of driving through nine countries, the decision to push on through Albania on Thursday gave me a very welcome day off in Parga which I filled with very important stuff like eating, dropping laundry off, eating a bit more, playing with the drone down on the harbour, eating a bit more, and then a last bit of food before bed. Dreaming of more Greek food.

May I also say how grateful I am that when packing I chose t-shirts based primarily on what was clean and at the top of the pile. This has meant my clothing selection is largely the kind of t-shirts which are so thick you can walk the dog in them in February while not wearing a coat and this has come in very handy when the temperature is nudging up towards 30 degrees. Within minutes of getting dressed I look like a sweaty tramp. Lovely.

As not a lot happened today as it was a chance to stay put for a while, here's a few photos of Parga using the drone.

 The northern bay of Parga

The northern bay of Parga

 And, surprisingly, the southern bay

And, surprisingly, the southern bay

 Looking out to sea from above the Alfa hotel in the evening.

Looking out to sea from above the Alfa hotel in the evening.

After the excitement of Albania that's it today, and next is down to Pireas near Athens and the overnight ferry to Heraklion on Crete.

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