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... where we grabbed a souvlaki, boy how I'd missed them! And to think I left it until my last night in Albania to have another one... Sophie helpfully threw in she wouldn't mind if I wanted to sit at a bar and watch the football, a full 3 minutes from the end of the match! The next morning we planned to catch the bus to Montenegro. We were both hoping, praying that we got on something that looked like a bus, that went the speed a bus should, and one that would only melt an ice cube, not boil ...
Went to the Cobo Kantina (winery) 20 mins bus ride outside of Berat day before yesterday and had a thoroughly pleasant time. For 10 euros you get shown their production process and wine vats/storage facilities etc and then get to taste the product. We started off with a dry white; then a medium sweet white; then a (rough) red; followed by a very nice red. To finish we had ...
... and mountains.
Some of the more impressive churches, mosques and other ruins included:
- St. Theodore's Chapel, with wall paintings by the famous post-Medieval Albanian painter, Onufri;
- Church of St. Mary of Blacherna, a 13th century chapel with 16th century wall paintings by Onufri's son, Nikollė Onufri;
- St. Nicholas Church, with it's 13th century fresco;
- The Chapel of the Holy Trinity, a 14th century church in the form of a ...
... comes to material possessions - if one sees another with more things, there ends up being some tension with that person. It's really quite fascinating, how foreigners who have so much more than the typical Albanian, are so well-received, yet a compatriot isn't.
Berat is perhaps the third-most popular tourist destination in Albania, behind the capital Tirana, and the Albanian coastline, which is evident by the number ...
... again. We lugged our bags/backpacks up up up the hill. My photo at the entrance was the last one I took for a while, because this man decided as soon as we got inside that he was going to give us a personal tour... We weren't exactly sure what was going on at first, but he kept on telling us that this complex had 40 churches and 2 mosques and 400 houses, or something like that, and pointing the directions to Montenegro, Greece, and ...
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