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... find a massive and super flash carrefour supermarket on route which was a bit of a shock - didn't expect to find one of those here, so stocked up on some meat for a beach BBQ later. Then the fun began, we called on our city specialist driver and all round aggressor Owen to take on the job. He did superbly at multiple lane intersections with no lights or general traffic etiquette all whilst driving with no direction from tommy as he only had ...
... was first, secure the hash; second, secure Halloween costumes.
As for the hash, it wasn't. I mean we went, but it was DEFINITELY not a hash. More of a hike with a tiny bit of beer. Ben did his best to get the party going with a bag of beers and I tried to loosen up the locals with the farm animal noise game, but it was useless. These folks were fun hatin' for real, we decided ...
... B.C.! I looked down into an ancient amphitheater that is still used even today. There were many other cool sights but let's just cut to the Parthenon. Massive in size, the columns are 34 feet in height and 6 feet in circumfernce. I remember writing a paper on the Parthenon senior year in art history but if memory serves me right, I got a D or an F on it cause I decided to research and write the paper the morning it was due. ...
... has been done, some of the fortress was rebuilt but nothing of the houses, one of the churches has been rebuilt recently by a member of the family who originally built it. The churches were converted into Mosques by the Turks, and one of them got ruined when gun powder exploded in it. Archeological findings here date human settlement as far back as 700 BC. It is well inland from the present day city and stands on a hill overlooking a village, ...
... these parts, his family was held hostage in the Ottoman court to ensure loyalty of the Albanian people, and Skanderbeg was converted to Islam and brought up as an Ottoman officer. After leading campaigns for the Ottomans, he rebelled against them and freed chunks of Albania (Kruja was one of the first) from both Ottoman and Venetian rule. Most tourists just know him as the man with the goat head on his hat (seriously) whose statue is all over Albania.