"The French are holding a Wet T-shirt Competition in the loo?" asks Charlene.
Never mind; here's the northernmost Greek island ("Another one?") of Thasos up ahead:
I tried to get a picture where you could see Samothrace and Thasos both in the same shot:
Just managed it. And now we cross over our earlier North/South Vienna - Athens flightpath back at Thessalonika:
Not sure if the Carters registered that fact...
They had to veer south to avoid Albania which was a totally isolated Stalinist dictatorship under the sinister Enver Hoxha for four decades until he died (1944 - 1985). Map showing the direct modern route over that mysterious country and into the heel of Italy near Brindisi:
Going that way wasn't a problem for us, though looking at the scenery you can see how the Albanians managed to remain cut off from the rest of the world:
TT picked up this typical Olympic DC-3 plying its trade in the area:
And now Albanian Antonovs down below, even rarer than Bulgarians!