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... the windshield and take photos. The van filled up pretty quickly and we pulled out at 11:13. There’s the driver plus 17 passengers. It stinks of body odor.
A man with chickens in a basket boarded our furgon on the side of the road at 11:22. No seats are available. A young man relinquished his seat so the man with chickens could sit down. Four women disembarked at 11:35, and the young man was then able to sit down again. Chicken man exited at 11:37 in Nikel, ...
... of traffic.
With the passage of Albania are three things I noticed:
1 it take a lot of a Mercedes. A Mercedes must be a bigger status symbol probably
2 everywhere there is rubbish around. Even though the country is one of the poorest in Europe, is not easy you have to throw the garbage anywhere and leave.
3 Half of the houses are still under construction. Many are still under construction and not occupied.
... especially because I had a great idea.
The young waiters greeted us warmly and we were soon given a short lecture about the slow food movement. In a nutshell, these restaurants are committed to using only locally produced ingredients, although the traditional methods of production are less important for them. Before we ordered anything from the rather pricey menu, I asked my question whether they thought we could camp somewhere nearby. Just as I had expected, they ...
... Anita that this was the best solution but eventually we rode 20 kilometres as far as the first town called Rėshen. By the time we left the motorway it was almost dark but, fortunately, there was very little traffic. A car stopped by and asked what we were looking for. They were really kind and even offered to follow us all the way to the hotel but we didn't want to waste their time.
We found quite a good hotel in the town ...
... I then got up at 4:30am just before the light of day to take down my home and hit the road.
Day 4 has again included some epic climbs (four biggies, up to 1000+ metres) but thankfully on a good surface. On the upside the descents were the best I enjoyed, with incredible mountains vistas and multiple switchbacks on deserted roads. Montenegro tomorrow and Croatia on Sunday to join James for a week of Adriatic coastal cycling, happy ...
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