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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... people were everywhere. Our accomodation was pretty rough. We got an apartment that was so run down with tables that were missing legs, couches with holes and fridges that didn't work. It was a very interesting country but a very sad experience especially after a fabulous couple weeks in Greece. It's a country I would love to explore more but maybe with a local and better ...
... and many of the trappings of democracy (the legislators were known for their fist fights during sessions). If industry won't come to Albania, workers will go to where they can find it. Each region in the countryside has it's own sister country to emigrate to (string migration) . In this village they all have relatives in the UK, in this one they are all in Greece etc. There are three times more Albanians overseas than in country. It has a very Mexico feel in that regard. Greece ...
... from (Albania does not have bus stations), find it, negotiate a fare, get on and wait. We would wait until the bus was completely full and this could take five minutes or five hours, but when it did finally fill up we would be on our way. Needless to say we were not looking forward to the finer details of this trip and when we arrived at the Ulcinj bus station, we were pleasantly surprised to find a bus that went directly to Tirana from Ulcinj without any of the getting ...
... we were jamming there again, it was super nice time! We went home and sat in the balcony for the bit! Next morning we went through Tirana to take a bus to Skopje, Macedonia! We decided to avoid Greece, because we didnt want to spend much money there. The way from Tirana to Skopje was pretty and we were already tired of taking photos, because all around it was amazing!
... still quite interesting and included 2 huge plates of cheese, a mountain of olives, some bread and 4 different wines to taste. They were all delicious and we really loved this part. Unfortunately Raki came with the tasting so this was how it ended. Ian even bought a bottle which as of yet remains unopened!
We stood on the road trying to wave down a furgon and were picked up by 2 super friendly guys who crammed us in; Shelley, Rory and I in the front seat and Ian in ...