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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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... shared a Margarita pizza – one of the best I’ve had in ages. Cheryl and I also nipped into a little shop near there where I’d seen some tops which looked nice – and I treated myself to two – haven’t really bought much for me so far so figured I could splash out a little bit.
We visited the ATM to get some euros as that’s what we’ll need for the next couple of countries and then it was time to hop back on ...
... e’s pronounced like short 'a’ and accent on second and fourth syllables and all letters pronounced including the last t). Wasn’t until I had him write it in my book that I got good at it.
We learned tonight that Albanian is a unique language, according to Klodi, which means that there aren’t any others like it. But it was an oral language until 1906 or so. As we discovered during the ...
... and light and serves our needs entirely. It is a temperamental little thing though (randomly crashes for no apparent reason) so I'm just hoping that it lasts for the duration of this trip.
Politically incorrect finds in an Albania milkbar: We went to a cute little city called Kruja today, we saw an amazing museum with really stunning and unusual things in it and an excellent bazaar where I bought a couple of ...
... like I was in another world.
Albania has a really interesting history. Part of ancient Greece, then part of ancient Rome, then part of the Ottoman Empire, then they had a king of their own by the name of Zog (I couldn't make that up if I tried!), then they were part of Italy, then they were controlled by the Nazis, then they were independent but associated with the Soviet Union, then China, then nobody. During the Cold War, they had a ...
... through all 60 odd pages of my passport and without seeing an exit stamp for the last country I was in it started to arise her suspicion as to how the hell I had arrived in Albania. Having not just beamed down from the 'starship enterprise' I explained that I had just arrived on the ferry from Trieste in Italy and that because Italy and Ireland were both members of the European Union that travel between the two countries was effectively border-less and as a result a passport entry ...