Hotel Bel Conti
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... is a street of souvenir and antique shops where I bought a hat.
In Kruje, Lear stayed at the palace of the Bey, a young man of 18 or 19 leading a cloistered life amid his many servants and longing for contact with the outside world. Lear entertained him by imitating the sounds of a steamboat and locomotive, which the Bey had never seen.
On our way down the mountain we stopped for a roadside picnic, then headed for Shkoder.
... on deck to watch the sunrise.
Albania didn’t disappoint us and we were treated to a really special show. With us all on deck though John and Laura went below leaving Simon and I to takeover the watch.
We chatted a while and settled in to our routine. The course we would be taking kept us 20nm offshore and we would be entering Durres later on through a proper channel. Simon told me that the Italian coastguard like to come over in a rib ...
... a bit hair-raising, especially when we eventually arrived in Tirana as nobody takes any notice of lanes and sometimes on a 3 lane road there were 5 cars wide and they just change lanes as they like. There is no public transport here, no buses or trains, and they have only had cars for the last 20 years, and now everyone has a car and doesn't know how to drive it – it is ...
... not give her any money. Interesting take on poor people.
My daughter was not interested in going to the Shijaku House so she went back to the hotel to work out. We hoped into the van and drove around the city a bit to get to this house which is the home of one of their most famous artists who is now in his 80’s I think but still painting. We drove down a small alley and when we weren’t ...
... centre. Not that it really looks like the centre of a Capital City. The main square has a fountain and most of the streets about it are dug up at present and new sewerage and water pipes being laid.
This isn’t a centre like you would expect to find in most western or even eastern cities. There are no tower blocks of offices and no large shops with plate glass windows displaying merchandise. No crowds of shoppers hurrying about either. ...