Hotel Grand Aita
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... was involved when seeing the attractions. After taking a nap after breakfast to recover from the coach travel, we took a small walk along the promenade (which they were in the middle of digging up and repaving, but no worries, just plough straight through the middle! Oh, and, mind that huge hole there. Oh and look out for that pile of bricks....) We returned to the hostel that afternoon and then ventured to the castle of Berat. Little did we know it was a hidden village within ...
... it wouldn't be any sort of review from me without mentioning food! All the Albania food I've tried I've loved! Souvlaki is a personal favourite and insanely cheap! And I could definitely get used to börek everyday for breakfast! Börek is pastry made with thin flaky dough and often filled with feta although the meat one was just as good! I've also been lucky enough to enjoy several trips to Albanian bakeries and they have never let me down although I couldn't tell ...
... of honey logs for us to share, a swam of bees appeared out of no-where and made a bee-line towards the honey! We had to eat them quickly and smartly (trying not eat a bee) and then wash our hands. No one got stung, the bees are not aggressive at all. One been decided to nestle its way between two of my little toes! It was so ticklish, but I was unable to do anything to stop it due to fear of frightening the bee and getting stung. All that training that dad ...
Settling the bill was another interesting affair, as we were handed a bill for 12,500 leke, equivalent to 100 Euros - was this an attempt at a cash grab on the stupid tourists? Any other country, and that might have been the case, but not in Albania. I had read something about this in the guidebook, but Bledi explained to us that in smaller Albanian towns, when they say 1000, they actually mean 100. WTF???!?!? So our bill was actually 1250 leke, a much ...
Monday 4th June
After about an hour we arrived near Durres, a coastal city on the way (sort of – there are few roads so never any direct routes anywhere) where we stopped for at least half an hour, probably waiting for more people to fill the bus up. While we waited people came on the bus selling popcorn, drinks, chips, newspapers and also people ...
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