Oaz Hotel

Address: Kavaje, Albania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kavaje

Exploring Triana

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 09, 2015

... the museum was not air-conditioned, it was very hot. We then walked past the statue of Skanderbeg in Skanderbeg Square in front of out hotel. We visited the Church of the Resurection, an Orthodox church. It was very new and very beautiful. We then had a coffee break at a restaurant in a nearby park. Jean and I went to an Exchange office to switch some Euros into Albanian Leks. The Exchanges have a better rate than our hotel. After our drinks, I had a 7-UP, ...

Flight to Albania

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 08, 2015

... We did not encounter any road blocks or traffic jams, luckily. The hotel, Tirana International, has typical European size rooms that are very nice. We had a few hours to rest, shower, etc., before having our orientation meeting. We had a welcome drink as we went over the extra trips, and itineraries for the next few days, before taking a walk to our dinner. On the way, we stopped at the oldest mosque, ...

The City of 1000 Windows!

A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Jun 22, 2015

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... the side of the highway and flag one down (asking to ensure you've got the right one). Going into town was a "hoot" as we were in a Communist era vehicle with three locals who seemed genuinely excited to meet some foreigners. The furgon rides were the best kind of travel experience - a little outside our comfort zone but entirely safe and a great way to interact with the ...

The beautiful Berat

A travel blog entry by kirstyandlogan on Aug 24, 2013

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... town today. Anyway, after a good look round we headed back down the hill and onwards towards Macedonia. As the roads are so bad we have been lucky to drive about 80km a day. We found a camper-stop place by chance and stayed there for the night. It was just a guys house with a big bit of land in front with a toilet and bar. There were 4 kids running around (2 were his and 2 cousins) so we gave them a wee ...

Tirana, the capital

A travel blog entry by kirstyandlogan on Aug 23, 2013

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... 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.