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... and replied with, “About twenty-two years! Some even say it’s my first language now!” She took it well and we all laughed about it. After all of this, we were exhausted and headed back to The Stephen Center for dinner and some much needed rest.
Wednesday was south day! We, again, had breakfast on the Adriatic Sea then headed towards Fier/Roskovec. There we met a twenty-one year old girl who came to ...
... to understanding the country. So I enjoyed it and finished around 2.00. I headed back for siesta.
About 3.30 I headed out to take some pictures. I headed to the middle of Skenderbeg square and then to some markets on the western side of the square I had noticed yesterday. As usual there were sone interesting characters. Then ai headed further to the south. It is an interesting city to wander around in. Amongst the older cars, outside a restaurant I came across a ...
You border on the Adriatic,
You are mainly mountainous,
And your major export is chrome!"
That was about all I knew about Albania before I came here. Oh, and that John Belushi and Eliza Dushku are of Albanian descent.
I bailed on taking forgons to Tirana, opting instead for a slower (6.5 hours to go about 110 miles as the ...
... company up there.
We then went to a revolving restaurant in the SkyTower for the view and you could see how far Tirana stretched out from the center to the tops of the surrounding mountains. Lots of buildings. In the center there are quite a few public buildings, including a large archeological or cultural museum (which we hoped to go to but was closed by 5 pm when we got there) and a culture building that housed the opera ...
... other than coke zero for diet drinks. As Klodi puts it later, “we don’t need it”. As their tourism industry builds up, they will find they do need it for business!
Back to the hotel with money. We stop for a triangle shaped “pie” with spinach in the middle. Kind of like a puff pastry. It was good. There were several tiny storefronts selling food of this kind. Got an ice cream ...