Hotel Airport Tirana
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... solely a concrete shell then they only had 1 small portion of 1 floor that looked like it was lived in with the other floors remaining empty concrete shells. Reinforcing bars sticking up all over the show indicating the thoughts of future enlargement but they just haven't gotten quite that far yet. The Albanians also sound like a superstitious bunch with teddy bears and dolls hanging from some ...
... do was fill out some information and pay the visa fee ($60US!!) and they emailed the visa straight to us! So easy! When all that was done and we'd finished eating, we went for a walk in a random direction that we hadn't been yet and found ourselves in a market full of clothing stores. We had a bit of a look around and Darren bought some new undies then we headed back to the hostel for jumpers, before we were planning to go back to the film festival. ...
... another tour was showering - gust of wind a lot of pale skin... enough said, I never want to speak of it again! ha Not sure if I've mentioned that Greece doesn't have a great sewerage system, and used toilet paper can not be flushed but, instead, is placed in a bin next to the toilet. Not sure why, but these bins are comparable in size to itty bitty bins!!? Imagine having the job of emptying those every 5 minutes!! The reason I may be mentioning this again is that I am ...
... we took a small side road instead of the right one. This led us down to a valley, from where the only way out was on the motorway. (We could also have returned the same way but the road was steep and in very bad condition so we wouldn't have got too far before sunset.) It was not an easy decision even though in Albania it is common practice to cycle on any road and the traffic was very low. Actually, I had to use all my negotiation skills ...
... run down and dirty. The average wage here is 250 euro per month. Mind you after the communistic regime went from this area a family could buy an apartment for 200 euro. For those living on the land they were given a few acres each which was not enough to make a living off so several of them have joined their farms together and try to make a living working together. Some ...