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TravelPod Member ReviewsFreddy's Hostel Tirana
Place is friendly, down to earth and exactly what you expect from a hostel. Apart from the dorms only having a maximum of 3 beds. The rooms came with AC which was a blessing. Good showers and internet facilities.
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... the driver) to replace. We walked back to a service station café we just passed to get some shade and refreshments. "Wow, I've never experienced anything like this on an Explore trip. This is the first bus breakdown we've ever had!" said some of my fellow passengers who seemed to view it as form of exciting high adventure. They were obviously not among the ones who had ever been on a Dragoman overland truck trip.
Tirana is not an especially old city ...
... Corfu, with Balkan Road Trip)
- Nice people - not much English except tourist restaurants.
- Durres beach (not the nicest beach), but entertaining stop due to Fruit man's long discussion in Albanian with Meg about quitting smoking, eating ...
... most of the kids don’t have a lot of discipline and control so there’s always a lot of shouting and shrieking which hurts my ears. Luckily there was a play room so guess people flying business class with kids is here to stay. When I had a child that age, I was lucky to be able to afford to go across town! Our entertainment was to watch the planes land at IAH and play tag in the train tunnel.
... because there was another power cut. I drifted back to sleep and woke up again at a reasonable hour.
We had a coffee in the hotel lobby and then started walking down to Rozafa's fortress, an imposing castle on the top of the hill on the way into town. Shkodra is by all intensive purposes a dump, but I love dumps, especially ones which are so different and interesting. Other than the fact the roads are straight, the city really reminds me of Nepal. It has loads ...
... a guy jumped into the drivers seat and our German friend ran over to the bus to get him to hold the bus. The bus driver conversed in sign-language that he wouldn’t be leaving for another 20min and he would honk the horn when it was time for us to get on board. Ok, this time, it was time to relax. 10min later, we heard the motor start but we weren’t worried because there was no horn signalling us to hurry up. The guy next to us ...