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Albania continues to amaze us.It is a very picturesque country spolit by rubbish everywhere.
In the last twenty years the development has been amazing. Twney years ago noone had private cars now the roads are crowded with lots of second hand mercedes.
Forty years under a communist regime that was very oppressive takes a long time to recover …
... church, to “is she a prostitute?” wear) and walk up and somehow down one of the boulevards of town. Sophie, Uli and I found ourselves in the middle of it last night and wondered if there was a party on that we hadn’t been invited to. Klodi gave us the low down today. Everyone walks in some kind of group. The fellas saunter around, occasionally stopping at a café to drink coffee and watch, the girls are ...
... way down past two churches where there is a large bust of Constantine in the square and two churches beside him, St. Constantine and St Helena, I think. I am behind at this point snapping photos of the vistas before me so didn’t get the entire explanation of these churches and the huge bust. Continuing down the cobblestones and step walkways, we reach the bottom tier of the citadel and there are several dozen ...
... switch backs and cobbled streets. We are passing concrete bunkers in the ground. Klodi says there are some 70,000 bunkers all throughout the country. We believe him and can usually see bunkers everywhere we go. These were built by the Germans during WWII and were kept in use during the Communist period. During the dictator’s reign, everyone had to do some training in a bunker. These bunkers come in all sizes from being set into the ground with just ...
... taking every ideal implanted in my head from somewhere other than personal experience and questioning, “Why?”. Always pointing to the consequences of this unplanned life, adrift in the tides of the great wide world, as if to prove the futility of my efforts. No amount of preparation could have placed me in the circumstances I’ve experienced. This journey has truly opened me up to the beauty of just existing, and it’s almost absurd ...
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