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... are over 50 rooms, mostly empty and it felt quite damp.
The next day we visited Berat. It's been described as the town of 1000 windows and there are a lot of windows in the houses. There is a little town inside the castle area at the top of the hill. It was a bit steep for Scoot so we thought we would just walk. Every time we came around a corner there was another steep bit ...
... a series of stools were cramped into the aisle! The roads are also often unpaved and if you think you know potholes wait until you go to Albania! The drivers appear to be erratic and speed merchants but you have to admit that they know the roads well, slowing down before any massive gaps in the road, swerving onto the other side when necessarily almost instinctively.
The walk from the bus stop to the waterfall took about 45-60mins and was completely off ...
... Then he tells me including a beer I had, it is 1000 leke or about $10. Well worth it. He refuses a tip but I leave some extra for him.
There is some lightning as I walk down the hill and one crack of thunder that is so close and loud, some car alarms go off. Just as I get back to the hotel, the rain starts to come down but my good fortune has held.
A really enjoyable day, I rate Berat as my favourite Albanian town, very traditional and very Albanian.
... for unmarried shop assistants and junior craftsmen in 1827.
The interior of the castle consisted of dozens of churches, mosques, other ruins and houses, with the majority of the houses still being lived in today. The whole castle was undergoing renovation works, a benefit of its World Heritage status! We spent a good few hours wondering around the narrow streets, exploring the old churches, mosques and other ruins and taking in the breathtaking views of the ...
... really no such accountability to speak of!
Perhaps even stranger is the location of many of the bunkers, which are placed where they could never be reached, rendering them rather useless. They've been quite a pain for builders, as they weigh five tonnes and are extremely difficult to remove. But the funniest thing about these bunkers is that quite a few Albanians admit to having lost their virginity inside one of them - so perhaps they weren't so useless, after ...