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On Tuesday, 5/13, we left beautiful Ohrid and traveled to Berat, Albania. Under Enver Hoxha, who led communist Albania from 1944 until his death in 1985, Albania was an isolated country with little interaction with the rest of the world. Hoxha was so paranoid that he had 700,000 small concrete bunkers placed around the country for defense against invasion. After the fall of communism in the 1990's Albania changed ...
... a mode of transport, there's so many Mercedes Benz driving around not sure on their legality though. Apparently there's alot of corruption within the government, with billions made in growing marijuana up in the mountains. Found a seaside town Orikam where we had a traditional meal for dinner and had permission to stay in the car park for free overnight. ...
Went to the Cobo Kantina (winery) 20 mins bus ride outside of Berat day before yesterday and had a thoroughly pleasant time. For 10 euros you get shown their production process and wine vats/storage facilities etc and then get to taste the product. We started off with a dry white; then a medium sweet white; then a (rough) red; followed by a very nice red. To finish we had ...
... which was located inside the Dormition of St. Mary Cathedral. Built upon the foundations of a 10th century church in 1797, it survived the era of atheist communists and now displays dozens of spectacular religious artworks by Onufri.
Out of the castle and down the hill, we popped into another Ethnographic Museum, which again was housed within an 18th century Ottoman style house. The museum had numerous displays on Ottoman clothing and culture on show.
Lorenc is a passionate man, as I suspect most Albanians also are - perhaps it's what makes this country so intriguing, the fact that people are so passionate about everything they do, and everything they believe in. In Lorenc, you see a jaded man who is struggling with the pace of change in Albania, of the ever-so-slow rise to democracy - though Communism fell in the early 90s, it seems that not all that much has really changed here. ...
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