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... star hotels or restaurants randomly plonked amid the rubble with their slice of land drawn out in green lush grass, where more Mercedes’ were flocking. No matter the situation, heads constantly turned following our every move like those show clowns you put balls into. Sometimes I felt like they were going to faint when they saw the blonde hair.
My confusion at this country and culture was reinforced when, at a much needed coffee stop on the side of the road, I saw ...
... drenched we stopped at another beach on our way back to let our things dry a little before returning back to the boat ramp. Justine and I sat around with the guys who operated the boat tours (we were the only guests for the afternoon) and had a coffee and talked about what it was like running tours in Albania, what it was like living in Albania and what all the guys did in winter when it was cold and snowing and probably not the ideal time to run tourist boat tours. All the ...
... beef and potatoes dish that feeds two. In exchange for an agreement that we’d eat at a seafood restaurant tonight in Tirana, I consented to ordering the entrée Mom wanted. All worked out well – the dish was tasty. The lunch tab came to 1,750 leke ($16.51).
Finished lunch at 3:06 and walked up to a tower of the ancient castle, then along remnants of the wall down to the Ethnographic Museum. We spent 26 minutes at this museum, set in an original ...
... work to do: I mended our bags as they had some alarming tears. This took me more than an hour. Around 9 the old woman and her daughter returned with their goats and cows. They brought us some cucumbers and cold water and I talked to the girl a bit in English.
After breakfast we set off because we wanted to get as close to the railway as possible that day. It was a good eighty kilometres so I didn't think it was possible in one ...
... recklessly; I had to be very careful not to collide with them. There was a long downhill section after
Fushe-Arrëz, where they stopped and loudly said goodbye to us. We pedalled on as fast as we could because we needed to find a quiet place to camp before the sun set.
We decided on a nice grassy field by the river and stayed there for the night. Later we had some visitors: a mother and her daughter, returning home with their goats and two ...
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