Leaving Tan Tan, we had to cross Western Sahara, an empty area of 1,190 km (739 miles), as far as the border with Mauritania.
Crossing the mountains of Anti-Atlas, it took us to some stunning oases full of palms. The biggest part of the route was well graded and it was like tarmac.
The ferry we took from Italy let us debark near Tangier, this was the first Moroccan city we visited.
While I was crossing the border from Slovenia to Italy, Christina was on board, traveling from Patras, Greece to Ancona.
I totally fell in love with the Slovenian countryside! With the 58% of the land covered by forests, this is the third-most forested country in Europe.
Entering Bosnia and Herzegovina, we enjoyed a nice dirt ride to Mount Bjelašnica.
Entering into the country, we had a beautiful ride by the Skadar Lake. Cetinje is a picturesque small town, built out of wood and painted in vivid colors.
Berat has been awarded by Unesco for its well preserved specimens of Ottoman architecture.
Having arrived in Albania, I wouldn’t miss for the world to visit these Greek speaking villages, like Kalivia. Many of the signs on the roads were in Greek!
Stunning Syri i Kaltёr spring and the picturesque Gjirokastёr are enough to take you there.
The Albanian people we came across were very friendly. They were all very welcoming and helpful in everything we needed.