City Hotel Tirana
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... and literally head for the hills. The road was like a goat track as we climbed up the mountain to get to the border for Albania. Today with the seat rotation Craig and I had the second front seat but the front seat was also empty so we had one each and I had a birdseye view and was able to appreciate how good Davor’s driving was as frequently cars would come hurtling towards us on what was basically a single track road and hardly even slow down and not give ...
I woke up this morning and it was actually still early enough to get breakfast! Darren had already been up a while and had some fried eggs, so I got up and got some French Toast with a type of feta or goats feta or something. It was tasty! We wifi'd for a while and when we were both ready we walked down to the film festival. Again! There were some short films that had just started, so we snuck in at the credits of one film and watched ...
... the Ottoman Empire leaving its spoor here. I also love that they had a King Zog.
Tirana, the capital, is a bit boring in its looks and touristic appeals, although it sits surrounded by mountains. I went to the National Museum, which (from what I could figure out) told a story of "everyone has been here, but we have kept our unique culture, language, heritage and identity." The food is ...
... glass - about 2 dollars - US, Canadian or Australian - all very similar now. The conversation ranged from our expectations of Albania to East Timor, education, marriage, children, et al. It was a very enjoyable dinner. After I got back to the room, I started uploading my photos from the various cameras. I may almost be caught up - including doing a photo selection for each day. I doubt if I will have any time for photo editing though.
... three of us speak “modern” and “technical” meaning words that are computer related, technical related, auto related, etc. are easily understood by us because they are close to English. When we later tried to describe this to Klodi he because quite defensive of his language so we let it pass.
There is a sort of fitness gym there. My daughter and I had gone down to see it. It’s not ...