Hotel Perla

Address: Rruga Deshmoret e Pojskes, Pogradec, \N, Albania | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rruga Deshmoret e Pojskes, Pogradec.
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      Constantinople Rendezvous

      A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney on Sep 12, 2013

      ... dropped us off in front of the Macedonia immigration. After going through immigration we needed a ride to Bitola, which was about 14kms away. Our plan was to hitchhike from here. A very friendly customs lady asked us if we needed a ride to Bitola and we said yes. She told us that she would help us find a ride, and we happily thanked her. After only about 15 minutes of waiting we got a ride. It was to older Greek guys going into Macedonia to shop. They took us past Bitola and ...

      Hello Macedonia

      A travel blog entry by ryankevin on Sep 03, 2010

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      Well we arrived in Macedonia from Montenegro (via Albania) two days ago and I have to say that the drive through Albania was really intense. Some of the roads, especially through downtown Tirana, are really ****** with HUGE potholes, and the drivers are the craziest I've encountered so far. Driving through Tirana actually reminded me of driving through downtown Calcutta with no lanes, and hundreds of cars, pedestrians, scooters, and bikes on the road. I think ...

      4hr one way..2.5hr return...maniac bus driver!

      A travel blog entry by foodnut on Jul 16, 2010

      3 comments, 21 photos

      Well, every week is an experience in Albania! Considering that Albanian building construction is often not legal or has a good reputation for quality, a 4.8 earthquake in Tirana scared the living daylights out of me (lol..there is some australian lingo left in me!). It felt stronger and scarier than the L'Aquila earthquake I felt last year in Rome - even though it was higher on the richter scale in italy)'s funny what races through your mind when you feel ...

      Walking across borders

      A travel blog entry by travellingjen on Oct 11, 2009

      10 photos

      ... just waiting for you across the border.

      I caught the local bus into Ohrid town (2€ for 29km!!) much to the amusement of the locals who seemed a little suprised to see a stranger on their bus ladden down with excess baggage. In my time waiting at the checkpoink for the bus, I only saw Albania cars heading back from Montenegro, very few in the other direction and certainly no-one else on foot.


      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jun 04, 2009

      2 comments, 12 photos

      I was well aware that, in my writings of the country, Montenegro didn't come off sounding too good.

      I only spent twenty-eight hours there.

      As I was walking around a quiet town square, between a fountain surrounded by loungers, and the tall towers of a rectangular church, minutes away from my exit to Albania, some boys called me to join them in a cafe. They, in their early twenties, played cards (Rummy) there nearly every day. Some were fat-bellied; ...

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