Otrant Beach Hotel
- 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, ...
... with no windows as in this cave, and it was really disgusting. The woman wasn't at all pleased that we said no and suggested one even more expensive. But her attitude was off and we decided to try another place. Here the rooms were cheaper but with shared bathrooms. One even had a view of the lake but first you had to look through the garbage piled on the shore. I tried the nicest looking (and most expensive) of all of the hotels and asked them to show me a ...
... we were on was quite large and only a dozen or so people were on board so we had lots of space to move around and take pictures of the lake.
Lake Skadar is the Balkans largest lake and is shaped like a dolphin, with its tail and 2/3rds of its body in Montenegro with the rest in Albania. The lake covers between 370 and 550 sq km depending on the time of year and is one of the most important reserves for wetland birds in the whole ...
... t particularly charming, and didn't have the backdrop I'd expected of a mountain town set on a lake, but most importantly, it was the most expensive place we'd visited in Albania -- by far.
Our outlook on the city wasn't helped by the fact that we seemed to have missed the last furgon to Montenegro. Of course, this had always been a possibility since the information in both our guidebook and online was ...
The higher we climbed the more snow there was. When we got to the Kosovo border there was a couple of inches of it yet the road was fairly clear. Still going up it was several more k's before we reached the Montenegro border post. In between there were several houses on the slopes and plenty of parking spots along the roadside. Big trucks were occupying many of those parking places. Once we got to the Montenegro border post the snow was ...