- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Kavaje
... a whole chicken (minus the breasts I think) and Logan had what looked like ribs, although he wasn't sure. I really don't like eating meat off bones so barely touched the chicken, which when the bill came we discovered cost 12 Euros!!! More than the whole of lunch!! I couldn't sleep for thinking about it!! Ripped off, they saw us coming. I suppose you have to take the good with the bad :) Off to Macedonia tomorrow
... and said 'f*ck you b*tch' in perfect english! Funny no-one had taught him to ask us if we wanted to buy things in english, but he had managed to learn some swear words. Anyway the city itself was ok, nothing to write home about really. So, we drove on towards tomorrows destination hoping to come across a camp site. We did, a little off the beaten track but right on the beach, which was nice.
... woman boarded 30 seconds later. It was difficult keeping track of all the comings and goings as we stopped frequently en route to Fushe Kruja, the city below the historic city of Kruja. A family of five and the young man disembarked at 11:39. A woman disembarked at 11:42. We’re down to five passengers now. A man disembarked at 1:43 and a woman two minutes later.
The furgon stopped along the road in Fushe Kruja at 11:47 and the driver said something in Albanian ...
... and do more when they get more cash, so these buildings are everywhere!! We also saw quite a few donkeys pulling carts and people on bikes, the weird part being they were all just cruising along the `motorway`! We even went down a street that only had furniture stores on it and even these buildings didn't have walls.
We made it to Tirana and decided to taxi to the next furgon stop. Our bags didn't quite fit in the boot of the Mercedes but this didn't bother the ...
... Albania in general is definitely the Asia of Europe, everything seems a little strange. Outside the cities it’s just farming and very basic at that. The country side is amazing though, very mountainous. First stop was Sarande; it’s really close to the Greek border, and only 7 km by water to Corfu.
Sarande: This is a coastal town which is popular with Albanians in the summer. We stayed there a couple of nights chilled at some beaches; ...