Pishat e Buta
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... small serpentine streets in the mountains which are not only used by cars but also by pedestrians, dogs, cows, donkeys and goats and in which might be every now and then a big whole.
Creditcards do not seem to be considered as an appropriate way to pay: for most of the hotels, gas stations and restaurants cash was required, Euros where accepted, but the exange rate varied from 135 to 140 Lek.
... assumed meant, "This is the last stop." Mom and I disembarked, paying our fare of 150 leke ($1.42) each to the driver as we exited.
Mom and I didn’t have a map or detailed information about getting up to Kruja. We thought perhaps you could just walk up the road to the old city. We asked a taxi driver about going to Kruja. We couldn’t understand anything that he said. He then pulled out his wallet and showed us a 1,000-leke ($9.43) bill. I assumed he wanted ...
... Corfu, with Balkan Road Trip)
- Nice people - not much English except tourist restaurants.
- Durres beach (not the nicest beach), but entertaining stop due to Fruit man's long discussion in Albanian with Meg about quitting smoking, eating ...
... just got in the front seat. So with a boot just pushed down Shelley and I spent the journey looking out the back window to make sure Ian's bag wasn't bouncing down the road. We dodged through traffic and came to a screeching (literally) stop when a Policeman stopped us at some broken traffic lights. Its fair to say we were glad to be out of that cab!
So the next furgon was bright yellow and had virtually no boot space. Not a problem for the Albanians though they ...
... pretty cool Roman ruins. Best thing we saw was 'the Blue Eye'. It’s a place where water pumps out of the ground at about 8 cubic meters per second. You can jump into the hole and the water is about 10 degrees so it’s an awesome shock when you hit the water, the water is sooo fresh- it’s coming directly from an aquifer underground. Stayed at a cool hostel run by an out-there Irish lady. Showed me how to make baileys- it’s ...
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