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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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... how crazy traffic is here makes Italy feel sedate. Hotel is nice, decide for walk around main square but most of evening in.
Others will still be in the air, hope they are going OK
Josh has been amusing himself with selfies all trip when the girls have fallen asleep. In Dianne's case, just about every trip over 40 km. With their permission I post some of the best ofs. I believe he has plenty of ...
... and also we are fairly sure we will hear the call to prayer from the mosque. There is a small amusement park on the right side from us. The rides generate quite a bit of yelling and screaming and laughter. We suspect that we are the only guests in the hotel as well. We discover at breakfast that there are maybe 2 other rooms taken.
We decide to go out and find an ATM. We have calculated what we think we will need ...
... and were down almost a carton of ciggarettes by lunchtime. We followed the Albanians to the next town as they knew good mechanics and spent the next 5 hours there getting the car fixed. More cigarettes were handed out, but we left happy and not ripped off with a working car. it only cost 60euros to fix it, along with a punctured tire we managed to get along the way.
We reached the Greek border about 9pm, shattered, but absolutely stoked with the Albanian people.
... GoogleMaps to see where the Monastery was. Of course, it was off the highway down a small, windy, curvy road. The only thing on the road was a small town that we promptly entered into the GPS Chris had. Upon arriving at said small town (I just call it Smachov even though that's not quite it), we realized that the road came to a startling end unless you happen to be driving a tank or maybe a hummer. We decided to ask for directions. Fortunately for us, ...
... at the end of the journey he wants you to pay twice as much. Bananas cost 1Euro/kg and Marcin had to pay 1 Euro for... just two bananas. Eventually a certain woman helped us out with finding a transportation to the boarder with Montenegro and then she asked us to pay 10 Euros for the "service"... The country itself is beautiful, surrounded by mountains, it has a huge potential. The potential though has never been used. The transit took us all ...