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... br> (somewhere between my phone call to Explore’s American agent and the local
agency that handles things on the Albanian side my flight information wasn’t
transmitted), I lucked out in a different way. Although I only paid the
standard rate to share a room with someone, since there were no other single
male passengers on the trip who chose that option I will have a “forced single”
for two weeks, a room to myself for which I ...
... sit on the benches. Fortunately I can curl into a ball and take little more than a seat to sleep so I readjust and go back to sleep. When I reawaken to my alarm at 5am, none of the original crew is there. I'm not sure where they have moved onto but I cue for my ticket and wait for onward transport. A little disgruntled with the bus company to Skopje I decide to head into Albania first in order to avoid giving them my business after there last set of shady tactics.
... at the meeting place as we waited for the others. We ate lunch at the Panorama restaurant, but on the inside so no panoramic view was had. It was a nice meat soup, a chicken course, and a dessert course consisting of fruit slices and a mince meat concoction which supposedly included lamb neck. On our way back to Tirana, we stopped in Fushe-Kruje so we could take our pictures with the Bush monument and his bar. After we dropped off our stuff, we went for a walk, and ...
... but hey, I didn't have a connection and I'm on vacation. Don't sweat the small stuff. At least the plane took off, unlike 4500+ United flights that didn't today because of computer problems! Albania is a small country, about the size of Maryland. Also, small airport, only 6 gates of which all are walk down to the tarmac types to enter Passport Control. No forms to fillout, just show them your passport. ...
... 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.