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... to get a van back to Tirana for 150 Lek again ($1.50). Although we were on a brand new modern highway locals still like to try their luck and run across. There were also lots of modern car dealerships.
Back when the van let off there was a modern shopping mall. Clothes were a bit pricey by local ...
... the rain was still hammering down, it was hard to work out what was the road and what wasn't. Giving up on sightseeing we found the ferry terminal, if you can call it that and booked our ferry. Such a struggle as everyone in Albania only accepts cash, so next mission was off hunting for a cash machine. After booking our ferry we had lunch in the van, only to be constantly hassled by poor wanting money and/or food. It's so hard because if you give one something they all crowd ...
... again. We decided to take a bus to Vlorė in the morning and tried to find a cheap hotel. We were lucky as Anita noticed the sign of a small family guesthouse right next to the train station. The room was spacious, we had air-conditioning and a TV. We could leave the bikes in the yard in safety and we even found free WIFI so we only left the hotel after dark. We enjoyed the evening in a small bar, eating grilled sausages and drinking Albanian red wine.
... Roman Catholic Church anymore. There is a statue to him in Tirana and one in Brussels and other European capitals and you can see his helmet everywhere in symbols or you can buy a similar to wear. It was a goat head with the horns on it. Anyway, a good museum with interesting tales of Scanderbeg and then another part of the museum is dedicated to the Communists. We went through that part rather quickly. We did ...
... more on him tomorrow) we headed to the Sky Bar for cocktails and views of the city from the revolving bar/restaurant.
We then headed to the Blloku area of the city, which is where the bars and nightlife are, for dinner before catching cabs back to the hotel. Myself, Ben, Kirk, Cheryl and Lisa then sat up for a little longer for a couple of games of Uno accompanied by a few beers.
Generally, very little to say about Tirana...