Otrant Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and there is no problem.'
And that's exactly how it should be.
We headed out for a traditional Albanian meal but were unable to find one. There was one place near by the hostel that was recommended to us but they didn't have anything due to power outages that day and they told us that it'd be at least three hours till they'd have anything local ready. We were too hungry to wait that long. The chick from our hostel had also recommended a cheap seafood place that ...
... 8217;s safe to say we were leaning toward the panicky side of frazzled. Just as these thought’s entered our mind, the border crossing came into view, so we braced ourselves and joined the queue. In actuality it was painless, there were simply far more man stares than questions. … And a little battle of who was here first between myself and a gutsy Mercedes full of men trying to inch past me – In the end he blatantly cut me off and went first. I put it down to ...
... 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, ...
... after seeing their living conditions. It was quite surreal seeing the standard of living in these areas, very poor and nothing like any other country in Europe. However when we stopped at our service stop the place had perfect wifi! In this poor rundown area there was better wifi than our hostel! Didn't make any sense. For lunch we stopped in a funky little Albanian town called Gjorkastra which is a UNESCO world heritage town. It had narrow ...
We left Koplik quite early and the first 20 kilometres to Shkodra proved to be easy as it was mostly flat and the road was of good quality. Shkodra is a large city but its historical centre is friendly and really pretty, especially now that more and more streets get renovated. We had breakfast in the old town and then we tried the traditional ...