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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... village there is only space between the buildings, for one way traffic and this is regulated by a traffic light.
Kranea Campsite in Himare had been recommended to us. The open bay, white beach and crystal clear Adriatic water was enough to tempt us.
The restaurant was very low key and offered a limited range of "home cooked" meals. Dave's choice of slow baked lamb and potato ...
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.
... enjoyed the muggy climb to the top with excellent views all around even after drinking 4 bottles of wine the night before.
Wild camping in Montenegro is apparently allowed but we really struggled to find anywhere that would work and when we did we got told to leave. Camp grounds in Montenegro were not too bad but nothing special either, fortunately cheaper than Croatia. Albania on the other hand was so cheap ...
... the sunset! I returned to the hotel for dinner, which was a stew served with salad and half a loaf of bread! I didn't really want the bread, but.. well.. it was free! I went back to the beach bar to watch the football!
The following morning I wasn't so fortunate in meeting someone with a taxi so had an uphill walk back to the village to catch the bus on to Vlore. I took a walk around the village and then sat in a coffee shop where I knew the bus would stop. Having been ...
... initial section to Himara was easy and early in the morning the temperature was also very pleasant. In Himara, Anita was hoping to get the chance to check her emails but of course nothing was open so early. The first difficult uphill comes before the upper part of the town. We got up slowly, knowing we would have drinks in the bar. Then we had to handle the worst steep section of the day, the one where we could hardly hold our brakes on the way here. It turned out ...