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... pick it up in the morning and left a 10 euro deposit. Later we went to eat some tasty food down by the beach and then watched the sunset go down behind the cliffs on the side of the sea. Had a pleasant evening taking in the atmosphere of Potos and relaxing around the hotel.
When I woke up, Courtney was still sleeping and I was excited to go pick up the ATV, so I went out and got it. It was a nice white 250cc machine and very easy to operate. I tested it out down the main ...
... thousand. These days they are popular place in which to lose one's virginity.
A horrible evening in a horrible bathroom: After a lovely dinner with a couple of lovely of English girls we met and travelled with from Gjirokastra to Tushemisht (and beyond) came the not so lovely, but reasonably familiar feeling of food poisoning. 24 hours of utter blurgh ensued... The culprit, a very delicious and highly vomit inducing mozzarella and tomato salad :(
"Instead of going forward why not go backwards". And this is a clue! OK, so I'm Irish so it should make sense! Then the mist lifts.
"You're right" I shout. "I go back to Greece instead of going to Bulgaria and head for the ferry to Italy from Igoumenitsa".
"Clever boy".And she's gone.
I'm out of bed and on to the internet in a flash. Thank goodness for Wifi. I know there's a ferry to Bari. That ...
... leave at 5am to get back to work...thankfully I got one...albeit with a lunatic driver while it was raining!
Lovely scenery between Tirana and Pogradec...reminded me alot of South Tirol, where I used to live in Merano, Italy.
"The Pogradec district has been inhabited since the period of the late neolith (6000-2000 BC). Near Buqeza, 20km north of Pogradec, there are prehistoric palaphites built over the surface of the water (??!). The residents of ...
... euro) he made a point of telling me I should pay and carried my bag up the narrow lane to the hostel. ******n, just when you get seriously defensive they turn the tables on you and go all honest! Orhid is one of those places that as soon as you get there you know it is a really nice place, lovely walking street, locals smiling and greeting each other and even me, well at least one old lady who obviously thought I was Macedonian did. Brightly lit streets, children and parents ...