Mali i Robit Golem Resort
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... bleu. It was tasty. We learned more about Carolyn, and we shared some of our adventures. After dinner we then walked over to a bakery where Jean purchased us two small custard tarts. As we were reading/watching TV, we heard honking and saw cars around the square with flags waving, lined up and stopping traffic. Couldn't figure out what they were celebrating. But they were having a good time. Even the mosque was sounding out again. Heard the 3:08 call to prayer again during the ...
... met by our Albania guide, Kliti, who lives in Tirana. There were four other ladies on our plane. Three from California, a lesbian couple and one of their sisters whose grandmother was from Croaitia, and the fourth is from Maryland. On our way into Tirana in our mini-bus, we saw a lot of German flags and bunting on the light poles all the way from the airport. The German Chancellor was in town for a ...
... in the sophisticated version "Kisosks" or just some boxes used as tables with books on in somewhere on a street).
Tirana is a very small city for a capital and the communist period can be seen in its architecture almost everywhere. So it is not the most beautyfull city as one can imagine but it has its charme. Especially the nightlife with cute bars and coffeeshops is really ...
After 2 beautiful days we headed off to Tirana, the capital city. The drive was as hairy as we expected but we arrived safely to hunt for parking near the centre of town. We parked up and walked to the main square where we were accosted by a little boy (maybe 8 or 9) wanting to sell us plasters. We kept saying no and he kept asking, eventually when he gave in he said 'f*ck you' and then turned ...
... congestion – surprising for a Saturday morning. It took 17 minutes to reach the furgon waiting location. The meter went up only 15 leke to 365 ($3.44) since the Tirana flagfall includes the first 2 km (1.2 miles) or something like this. I knew the driver had inflated the fare 100 leke (94 cents), but given the small amount of money involved and the fact we had a 17-minute ride, I opted not to dispute the fare. I’m trying to keep some perspective here – even ...
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