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... to chat a small bit, then he had the brain wave of ringing his daughter, who spoke perfect English and she translated for us. He told us that the road we were looking at taking was only newly paved and would be perfect to drive on. He then proceeded to tell us that the best place for us to stay would be just over the Albanian border in a town called Skhoder. For being so helpful to us, we asked if he would like to sign the car....he did and was as proud as punch. So, we thought that ...
... visibly upset when they learn they we aren't just 'travelling together'. Also it seems really important to water your roadside at the end of the driveway. Like really important. And the toilets are strange, refer to picture. Though in the hostel a normal toilet can be found, luckily. You walk past bustling cafes during the day and they will be packed full of men, there are no women anywhere drinking coffee yet every table is taken. They have siestas! :) It is very hot here so ...
... 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 ...
... 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.
... a policeman had to help us find the caretaker, who was sleeping somewhere as the hotel was completely empty. Then we joined the locals in the street. In Albanian towns the main street is generally closed to motorised traffic on Saturday and Sunday evenings and all the people stroll up and down wearing their best clothes. So we also walked in the crowd only our clothes were far less elegant. We decided to spend another day in this town to get some ...
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