Tomori Hotel

Qender, Berat, Albania | Hotel

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Town of a Thousand Windows

A travel blog entry by greghahn


... everyone has a seat. There are bags and tyres in the back this time as well. Everything goes well including stopping at an Autogrill for all of us to fuel up. I get out at Fier which is not the most scenic and see a furgon for Berat straight away. The driver speaks some english.

I feel real safe in this one. The driver has a cross, Saint Christopher medal and a horseshoe hanging from the ceiling so surely that is enough. And it is, we arrive safely. The road ...

Waterfall tour, Berat, ALBANIA

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage


... me during my life time at resisting being ticklish has finally paid off. There was a small restaurant near the start of the trail that lead to the waterfall. The restaurant was selling €1.50 lamb head soup. Lamb head includes chunky pieces of brain, eyes, tongue and cheek. Nathan bravely (or foolishly) decided he would give it a try. It looked so disgusting with big chunks of brain and a long slimy optic nerve dangling from his spoon. This didn't put ...


A travel blog entry by alister.bland


... though - comes from a spring so guess the sun doesn't get a chance to heat the water up.
The Albanians are obsessed with cleaning their cars. Everywhere there are car wash places and they are being used - people out with soap and buckets and water blasters. Even up in the mountains in small villages there are car wash places.
In Berat everyone comes out at night and walks up and down the ...

Albania and Montenegro!!

A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai


... hot corn roasting on their fire in the same street! Fancy, brand new range rovers driving on bumpy streets along with donkeys carting hay bales!

Albania has some incredible coastline and is a very popular ...

Kermit and Miss Piggy

A travel blog entry by pwong


... s former Communist leader Hoxha, and his infamous paranoia. Crossing the border was far less painful than I had envisioned, having read tales of two-hour waits to get through customs, taking maybe 20 minutes, including the walk and waiting at both borders.

From the border, you need to either catch a taxi or a furgon, an Albanian minibus, to Pogradec, the nearest transport hub. There is no such thing as a bus schedule here in Albania, as official buses are ...


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