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... of visiting another town?
First I exchanged some money then headed to Sheshi Karl Topia roundabout where the furgons heading north congregate. Transit in Albania is an ad hoc method of minibuses gathering in main squares and pickup up passengers along the ...
... br> (somewhere between my phone call to Explore’s American agent and the local
agency that handles things on the Albanian side my flight information wasn’t
transmitted), I lucked out in a different way. Although I only paid the
standard rate to share a room with someone, since there were no other single
male passengers on the trip who chose that option I will have a “forced single”
for two weeks, a room to myself for which I ...
This bus ended up taking 7 hours instead of 8 which was great. Matt and I grabbed a quick lunch before heading to the apartment we've rented for the next few nights. Albania is so cheap it's fantastic. We are paying €15 each for a full apartment with 2 bedrooms which is €7 cheaper than the ****** tent I slept in at Mykonos! Quite a nice central place too. But the other reason it was so cheap was the ...
... been invaded by the Romans, followed then by the Turks. During Roman occupation the people converted to Orthodox Christianity. They were eventually ruled by Serbia except for a 35 year break when they were free in 1400's during a temporary liberation by Skanderberg. Unfortunately when he died the Ottomans took the region.
In 1912 Albania declared itself an independent country and was until WWI when the country was invaded by a plethora of countries throughout ...
... room, family area/sleeping area, living room, sauna, etc. It's good to be rich. Afterwards we walked down to the bazaar. This has been around since the 16th century, however it is a tourist trap with souvenir shops, jewelry stores, and antique stores with everyone wants you to come in for just a minute. It was interesting. Jean bought some home-spun socks. I looked around and went into one store to look at stamps, but they were too overpriced. Jean and I sat and read a ...