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... the maps I needed onto his netbook.
The standard of driving dropped dramatically when we entered Albania, we had to go right through the centre of the capital city Tirana,manic! Cars coming from every direction.
Our group expanded to six today with Scottish Mike joining us.Both Shayne and Mike had minor offs due ...
... back into Albania. It was in a beautiful location and in it's day it would have been awesome. Today however it was run down (derelict looking), messy, dirty and generally depressing. What was even more depressing though was that people (lots of them) were still holidaying there. We had a swim in the lake and a quiet night.
... of illness. We just managed to make it over the border into Albania the following day, to a town called Skhoder, where we checked into a hotel to speed the recovery. It worked!
There was no secret that we had just left the EU. Almost immediately the roads were worse, the driving was more haphazard, the standard vehicles plummeted, not to mention the relative poverty that was so evident. Despite this, the great majority of drivers encountered so ...
... and thunders i have never seen before, we did a jam with the nature in the tent and went to eat some soup with our jackets from the rain! We were realising how much less the person needs to be happy, especially if the people around you are supporting and caring! Our backpacks would be enough for super long time if we were continuing haveing so many great experience! Just our mind couldnt process anymore of all the things we saw, experienced and all the people we met and the stories ...
... far it is from Tirana to Corovode, but I do know that the last stretch of it between Berat and Corovode was about 40 km and took two hours.
It's a very interesting country. Tirana is very full of people, and one bus ride we took was just as crowded as the most crowded buses in Beijing. But Tirana is also changing a lot and has a bunch of new buildings and civic spaces under construction. It also looked a lot like Italy -- not ...