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Sat 11th: Took the coast road from Sarande to Durres -the windiest road imaginable! Pretty coastal villages and awesomely high mountains to cross. We were so amazed at all the half-built buildings along the way – abandoned mid-construction, or with people just living in the bottom floor. ...
... the corner and cheap it was. We shared an entree of calamari and ordered a main each of a seafood pasta and a whole grilled fish plus a half litre of white wine all for the equivalent of about AU$20. It was unbelievable!
Breakfast the next morning was included with the hostel. The lady running it prided herself on providing an array of locally sourced and homegrown products. We had the kitchen to ourselves with the buffet laid out on the table for us to help ourselves. ...
... hippest American music, everything from led zeppelin and Tom Waits. A mob of uber hip Palerminos fill the street, all drinking from one tiny bar. Taverna Azzurra is a postage stamp bar lacking any seats which has the good sense to use the street to accommodate the crowd - no cars, no police, no id's checked. In this free state people behaved more civilly than any street gathering you would see in the U.S.. If your stomach rumbles you could amble over to our ...
... these properties were trying to prove something to their immediate surrounds.
As we got closer to Shkodra, chaos began to enter our view. Tall neglected apartment buildings sat overlooking tin stalls and grimy shops enclosed by an air of dust and fumes. We were instantly in a pit of cars, bikes and people doing what they pleased. A pack of at least ten feral dogs strolled into our path, cars almost touched us and people casually walked in front as we approached a ...
... a light for his cigarette and even told us to plug in the car lighter for him to use. Then he lit up, blew the smoke straight back into the car (delightful) and proceeded to tell us how to get to the hotel. We still stink of the smoke.
We've found a pleasant hotel room that doesn't stink of smoke and you can open the window. Yay!
We travelled around 800 km in this beautiful country.
Next stop - Sardinia.
(Accommodation: Hotel ...