Hotel Grand Aita
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... took seven bus changes and a whole day of travelling (from 9am to 8pm) to reach our final destination. Our longest stop was actually at the border customs between Montenegro and Kotor, not waiting between connecting buses. The bus system in Albania is crazy. They don't really have buses, rather a complex network of mini-vans with signs on the windscreen indicating the direction of travel. The idea behind them is that you stand on the side of the road until one of them drives past, ...
A beautiful little country with tourists soaking up its coast lines, we pass through it in just a few hours stopping of at the old town of Kotor. Quaint, quiet and old I constantly feel like I'm traveling back in time, at least in my own mind anyway. Char grilled squid, mussels and salad, I love these port towns.
Albania 20 years free from communist rule it's amazing to see its ...
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 ...
... city walls there are houses and the Onufri Museum, where we see paintings by this outstanding painter from the 16th century as well as his son Nikolla. We will spend most of our time touring in the old part of the town (we didn’t do any!) This is perhaps one of the best-preserved Ottoman cities in the Balkans, with a lively lower town and a beautiful medieval citadel district on top of the hill. One of ...
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