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... it here, the food is absolutely delicious, and so unbelievably cheap! For example, we went out for a fancy dinner at seafood restaurant. It was very fancy, and very good, and we ate until we were completely stuffed! It cost us each five dollars! So crazy. If we thought we were eating good in Greece, we are eating like crazy here! So we started our Albanian experience in utter and complete luxury! We got to Durres, a coastal city. Decided that we were going to get a hotel. ...
... and other such finery consumed the room. Various taxidermy lined the walls, a flash of lightening highlighting a stuffed bear posed as if to attack. Large oil painting of somber children from days gone by adorned the walls. Steady ticking from the grandfather clock and the incessant beating of rain filled the silence. Suddenly a shape emerged from the darkness "greetings, for vot can I assist you vith?" Optional choice ending. What happens to ...
... route to the sea for its products.
Up until 1985 when ultra-Communist dictator Enver Hoxha died,
Albania was one of the world’s most closed societies. It didn’t change a lot
between then and 1991 when his successor finally recognized communism was
doomed and it was time to stop standing in the way of change. I suppose it has
come a long way since then in less than 25 years. Albania seems like a fairly
normal if still developing country kind of ...
... road. The second border crossing was "integrated" and very easy. We then took a very small road up and over the mountains – gorgeous views of the sea, then the lakes, driving along a narrow road, sometimes with no place to pass other cars. At one point, on the narrowest possible part of the road, with cliff on both sides, I came upon a fire-truck making its way uphill. The only option I had was to reverse several hundred feet until I could ...
... along the canals. Soon we arrived at the first dam on the river Drin. There are three huge dams built on the longest river of Albania and this is the lowest one. The resulting lakes offer an astonishing sight in the deep valleys. We were about to follow this valley as far as the town of Komani, where the road ends.
Before we reached Vau i-Dejes, we stopped at a small bar at the junction, where a small bridge over the canal functions as the terrace. ...