Bujtina e Gjelit
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Tirana, 19 degrees, stormy.
Up early today for awalk around Berat. The sun is out and there are plenty of people around. I locate the furgons to Tirana and find one leaving at ten for 500 leke. Sounds about right for a two hour trip. I go back to the hotel around 8.30 for breakfast which is good. It appears I am the only one staying in the hotel which ensures a high level of service and attention. Its a nice modern ...
... As Albania was the first country we had travelled to which wasn't a part of the European Union, it meant we had to have our first experience passing through customs. After waiting in traffic for over two hours, being taken off the bus and made to stand outside for a further two hours, then waiting on the bus again for almost another hour, we were finally in Albania.Turns out customs in Eastern Europe is anything but the strict, organised ...
We left the hotel at 7:30am this morning. Another early start. We needed the extra time because the roads aren't great and we have 2 border crossings to get through. The first border crossing was on the Croatian side of the border with Montenegro. That part took over half an hour for them to scan all our passports. We then drove less than a kilometre to get to the Macedonian passport control. Another ...
... vehicle. Don’t expect me to pay you for that either. I handed the driver a 500 note and said that’s it.
We walked into Room 101 at the Best Western Nov Hotel at 3:30. This is a small hotel; only 12 rooms. I realized I lost my sunglasses case. Had the case in the left lower pocket of my cargo shorts. DAMNIT!! Must have fallen out in the bus or taxi. The hotel receptionist looked at my taxi receipt, which had the driver’s cellphone ...
... and looks to be a city that always has lots of traffic. Tirana was one of the few cities that actually had traffic lights. Everywhere else is just a go if you can, squeeze into the line, block the intersection, etc. etc. Not really any traffic lanes and the police just seem to make matters worse as they have a paddle with a stop sign on it and use it to their own whims. Many times in Tirana, the police would stop ...