Monday, July 13, 2009

Still on the stunning Dalmation Coast

Dalmation Coast, Montenegro, Kosovo

Dalmation Coast, Montenegro

I Like this Cola label
Locals wave at Pedro

Pedro Pandemonium!

Driving through stunning Montenegro
Stopping for Petrol & Lunch!

It started to rain on our way to the Kosovo border

Pec! Almost there!
Just crossed the border. Omg! this cow was going to 'you know where'

Danny, Ben, MAT founder, and Zippy

Nothing says, Welcome, than a good local meal

Cow Brains! Yum!!!

Danny, Ben, Fiona, and I chill over dinner

Wine delivery!

Since, I didn't cook, I offered to wash the dishes
Was probably the wine speaking, LOL! Montenegro wine? Who knew could taste so good!

Day 6: Montenegro, Kosovo

Today we will go to Peja, Kosovo to visit one of the projects that we have been raising money for, Mine Awareness Trust. Please support their cause.

92662- Still following the Podgorica signs in Montenegro > Kosovo bound. We must stop along the way because the view is absolutely stunning and take some video and photos.
92747- 20L (20 EU)
92776- Kosovo!!! > Compulsory insurance at border, 50 EU, we knew this was way too high and sure enough we were ripped off. Things would soon get better, much better! Danny, Ben, and Arthur rolled out the red carpet and met us at the border. They are not only surprised to meet 2 girls showing up in a 1969 Baja Beetle, but were very grateful towards our fundraising efforts benefitting the Mine Trust project.
92791- Pec or as the local say it, Peja. MAT Project house.
Zzzz's: MAT HOUSE in Peja. Danny and Ben, MAT trust founder, are true gentlemen. Not only did they welcome us to the MAT house, but generously offered their bedrooms to Fiona and I and treated us to a Kosovar meal from Zippy's Mom's restaurant, Cow brains?! Delicious!!! along with bottomless Montenegro red wine. Thanks for the hospitality! Danny and Ben were heading back to London early the following morning and we considered ourselves very lucky to have met them in Peja. Artur, the local project manager, will take us to the minefields tomorrow.

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