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... and brezole (air-dried beef). I tried a Macedonian appetizer platter once in Skopje that had these specialties along with Ajvar (sweet pepper relish), Malidzano (eggplant spread similar to baba ghanough), and Urnebes (spicy cream feta cheese spread with dried red pepper).
It has been notable in my travels that many countries that are big consumers of cheese produce what they claim to be many different cheeses, but those are actually very similar to each other in style. This ...
... Things I have learned in and about Albania: Cars seem to have a high position in society: every 50 meters (no that is not exagerated) is a gas station and/or a place where you can get your car washed. Moreover, I havent seen that many big cars (especially Mercedes) as I have in Albania, especially in the south. Driving is aparently not considered to be potentially dangerous as cars would double ...
... the last gasp.
And so we arrived at the Albanian border – quite a unique experience as it’s only in recent years that Albania has opened its doors to outsiders. To encourage visitors and tourists they have built the two borders right beside each other rather than having the no mans land area which many countries have. So once again Martina and Davor went off to negotiate and see what the authorities required of us. But this was a pretty ...
... without his knowledge, then Jerry spends the rest of the film trying to revive Tom, then when he fails, gets out a mousetrap and goes to kill himself (Romeo and Juliet style!), but Tom saves him and they live happily ever after! So at least it ended on a happy note! After the film the four of us walked down to the rock club, Tirana Rock, for a beer. The place was all decked out in Halloween decorations, which was pretty cool, but annoying as we were leaving on the ...
... into the mountains to meet her extended family . The journey itself was an adventure as there are no proper roads into that area; we were proper off roading in a land rover! Once we got there everyone in the village came out to say hello and after a few beers we were given a pan full of food - turns out it was brains and steak... Aargh!!!!
The next day we all piled into a bigger land rover to head to another village further over ...