Diplomat Fashion Hotel
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... of town with entry restricted to party elites during the time of Communism. It’s still the nice part of town with many new modern buildings and plenty of fancy boutiques, cafes, and restaurants.
The organized tour part of my Balkans trip ended in Tirana, so now I’m off on my own again. Similar to the other trips I’ve gone on with Explore, I found the tour itinerary to be quite comprehensive, the tour leader very good, standard ...
... Never knew how much I loved pancakes until I couldn’t have them!) After breakfast we drove around the city a bit and then headed to the office. Here, we met people and interviewed Ledi about her work and vision for TWR and Radio7 Albania.
All in all, my trip to Albania was one that I am sure I will not forget. The culture, the people, the stories and the food will stay in my heart forever. I will return to you, one day, Albania. ...
... they were taking the robber out to the police car, the owner sees all the money and tells his brother, "it seems I need an employee more than you need a prisoner." That was a good one too. Very funny. And 'The Pill of Happiness' was another one, based around a reality TV show where people can call in their story and actors play out the scene, getting revenge on a person that has wronged them, such as the cashier that wouldn't change a girls money for ...
... Greece can not implement a functioning sewerage system... yet ALBANIA can!!? Albania has an interesting past, and very interesting rationale for their major national decisions... 700000 bomb shelters scatter the Albanian border! Also, up until recently, roads were non-existent and citizens were not allowed to drive cars! The mentality of their leader was that everybody wanted to claim Albania for themselves, so no roads means they can not easily access the country - the ...
... it by the cup full.
Berat: Only about 2 hours from Sarande. It is a UNESCO listed town - very nice old town situated inland between a valley. They have a thing called 'giro' at night. Basically at 7 pm all the locals walk down the main street. The girls do themselves up something crazy like they are out on the town wearing some pretty revealing clothes and the guys sit in coffee shops and watch as they parade up and down the street. Sounds creepy ...