Altea Beach Lodges
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Thursday morning we had to be up early for our morning bus from Berat to Gjirokaster, the second Unesco town in southern Albania. I woke about 4am not sleeping properly from the travel worry. We had to be on the 8am bus or else!
Papi the guesthouse owner had prepared breakfast for us ...
... away from the table!
Land of Mercedes-Benz
It took me until my third day in Albania to notice that every second car driving around is a Mercedes. There are also a lot of BMWs, Saabs, Audi, etc, but the overwhelming number of cars with that iconic symbol of a Merc sitting on the bonnet can not be missed! Seems strange to me that so many people can own this expensive brand I only know rich people to have, when Albanians are screaming out how poor they ...
... I'm not sure if I've mentioned yet how much luggage I've got with me at the moment! I've got my pack which is around 17kg and has all my clothes and everything in it, plus my day back pack which just has my iPad and a few other bits and pieces, but since meeting Lisa in Turkey I now have all of my karate gear in another sports bag. So all of these walks with my pack and everything is ...
... and we watched the black sky roll in and we figured we'd better get down before we were soaked or struck by lightning. It startes to pour as was got into the van. Thankfully we seemed to outrun the rain and it wasn't raining when we got to the Blue Eye. This was neat, but a little disappointing. It was very busy and it is a very small swiming hole with freezing cold water. What makes in interesting is this small section, about 8ft ...
... researched the route but expected to wind along the coast. Not so easy! There was a massive block of mountain to get past. The road was steep as we went from sea level to about 1400m in a relatively short distance. On several sections we were down to 1st gear. the area each side of the road is in fact a National Park - Llorgorase Park. The seaward slopes were cloaked in a very dense forest which ...