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... didn't see too much! The three of us headed on to paradise aka Drymades beach in Dhermi where we camped five nights at this awesome camp and had the best week. The photos speak for themselves. Now we are in the very south of Albania in Saranda, will be here a couple days before leaving this lovely country filled with the friendliest most helpful locals in Europe. If you ask directions, people will physically walk you to where you would like to go. ...
Spent the morning in Sarande before heading north along a coastal road.Just like so many of the Eastern Europe countries the rubbish is so atroshes it becomes a regular viewing. Even along the beautiful coastline the rubbish is never far from sight. Ben did a fantastic job driving, it's more a mission here than a pleasure. We were confronted with ...
... though - comes from a spring so guess the sun doesn't get a chance to heat the water up.
The Albanians are obsessed with cleaning their cars. Everywhere there are car wash places and they are being used - people out with soap and buckets and water blasters. Even up in the mountains in small villages there are car wash places.
In Berat everyone comes out at night and walks up and down the ...
... and mountains.
Some of the more impressive churches, mosques and other ruins included:
- St. Theodore's Chapel, with wall paintings by the famous post-Medieval Albanian painter, Onufri;
- Church of St. Mary of Blacherna, a 13th century chapel with 16th century wall paintings by Onufri's son, Nikollė Onufri;
- St. Nicholas Church, with it's 13th century fresco;
- The Chapel of the Holy Trinity, a 14th century church in the form of a ...
... to enjoy Berat - beyond a visit up to Kala, where the castle is located, there really isn't that much to do here, other than enjoy the xhiro, and bask in the traditional beauty of the city. Berat was preserved as a museum city, shockingly by the Communists - never seeming to be ones who cared for the rich, beautiful history of a nation, for some reason they decided Berat was worth keeping as is, something all people in Albania should ...
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