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... I head to the amphitheater where I find the museum guide. For 300 leke ($3), I get admission and she gives me a guided tour. Cheap eh! It could be so much better maintained but I still find it very interesting. I then head back to the walk near the sea at 3.30 and grab a drink and take some pictures of the sunset. I try to make Durres look at its best. After that I walk both sides of the main street and head to a market to buy some wine for the Laci family in appreciation ...
... loved Brighton. (Why is it always Brighton, that Europeans are so eager to see... It used to be London but these days its all about the Gay Capital of England?)
One asked me where I lived? ‘Devon’, I told him. ‘Its in the South West of England’. ‘Ahh Wales!’ he said smiling. I didn’t want to disappoint him so I said it was close to Wales and he let me through the gate.
Back on the boat I concocted a ...
... not give her any money. Interesting take on poor people.
My daughter was not interested in going to the Shijaku House so she went back to the hotel to work out. We hoped into the van and drove around the city a bit to get to this house which is the home of one of their most famous artists who is now in his 80’s I think but still painting. We drove down a small alley and when we weren’t ...
... fig, pomegranate, brambles as well as other scrub. In cultivated areas there are citrus and persimmon trees all loaded with bright orange fruit, and small veggie gardens with cabbages still to be harvested.
Driving up and over another mountain pass we came down onto the Adriatic coast at Bar. Not a very impressive place, it is the main port for Montenegro. Further north along the coast there appears to be quite a bit of development. Many ...
... foreign investment into the country, but also for people who no longer have papers to show that the land was/is traditionally theirs, when the government comes to take the land from them. I suppose there is two sides to the coin as well, as by having land controlled by the government, the HUGE issue of waste management and environmental degradation could be better controlled.