Otrant Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Yep, the whole negotiation was because they normally don't allow us young "rat bags" into this establishment and they were actually doing us a favour.
What a place I thought; cheap food, no waiting, no chewing, the lack of spice easing the chances of a boiling hot, ringer stinger of a poo later, yep I had found heaven. This was no coincidence at all either, as I truly believe that the planets had aligned for me to be in this very location, at this very time, ...
... to dictators house! We went through gipsy houses, there were kids drumming around. All day we saw gipsy kids comming and asking for money or selling nuts while their parents were chilling in the shadow!
We went up the hill through the castle and we saw the most amazing view of whole Shkoder, river, lake and mountains! We watched a sunset there and threw a stone with all our negativity to the wall of Dictator house! While we were going down we heard loudspeakers from muslim mosques! ...
As agreed, we woke up at 4.30 in the morning and I went down to the gate to wait for the car. I had packed in almost everything the night before so we were ready to leave. Anita didn't really believe the man would be coming and stayed in bed. She was right: I went back to our room after waiting for half an hour in vain. Well, even Albanians cannot all be nice and trustworthy. In the end we got up around seven and had breakfast ...
I was told bkft at 8, riding out at 10. People turned up at 9. But we actually rode out at 10. We were in the range of 30 bikes. Quite a big group, however, we never got split, and we never lost a rider, mind zou itös difficult to when there are 4 cars in Montenegro. just kiddin.
The ride was fantastic, slow paced to allow us to enjoz this magnificent views, I wouldn't have seen those roads if it wasn't for the meeting.
Stopped for a break in a beautifull village. Very ...
... cheapest option was 4,500 LEK (about $45) a night for a tiny box of a room that stank like wet dog (and later like Asian sewer) and had something lumpy in the middle they called a bed, no wi-fi signal (despite insisting there was), a TV that didn't work, and a revolting bathroom.
While the hotel was far from a good deal, we thought it might be the wiser choice since we weren't too sure about taking the ride from ...