Hotel Paradise Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... fresh from the plots and tasting of sunshine, were dirt cheap as was the local "feta" cheese from supermarkets. what more could we need for lunch? An attractive picnic spot. That was easier said than done as we were now on the coastal road and there were few places to stop as the flat space between mountain and sea is so limited. We managed at Orikum.
Then for the surprise of the day. We had ...
We drive west from Tirana this morning to the port city of Durres on the Adriatic. It is quite modern, but right in the middle of everything are important Roman ruins, including a large amphitheatre, a Venetian tower, and parts of the old encircling wall. We have a guided tour of the archeological museum by the young curator who organized the impressive collection. It has only recently reopened after a major reconstruction.
... we vouched for camp grounds the entire time there, the best camp grounds we had come across the entire trip too which was an extra bonus.
We celebrated 20,000km on the road whilst in Montenegro, however we think Van-essa also knew, as we had to make two stops for servicing. One for the drive belt on the engine and another time for the headlights (unlit tunnels aren’t so fun without lights!). ...
It was still dark when I mounted the bags on the bikes. After a quick breakfast we descended the 77 steps leading to the beach. It was a bit tricky with the fully laden bikes but, luckily, I didn't fall. It was only around 6 so there was nobody walking or swimming but we managed to wake a man who was sleeping on a deckchair. We said a quick goodbye to the village, the cows and the huge pig that were already looking for food in the garbage and we were on our way back ...
... time we had to wait next to a petrol station. When the bus arrived, a very masculine woman helped us load in everything. She was probably a so-called "sworn virgin". This is another age-old tradition in Albania that still has some followers. Women swear to stay virgins and live their entire lives as men in exchange for certain privileges that were once only available for the opposite sex. They wear ...