Travel Blogs from Durres
... stops are still being formed. It was lunch time and Damo our guide, spotted a newish looking supermarket. They readily agreed they had toilets we could use, so with that out the way, we all headed in to their shop to buy cold meats, cheese, bread rolls, fruit and snacks for our lunch. We just made their day!
“Where are you from?” asked with a huge smile.
“Australia” we answer. (and similar for our other nationalities on the bus)
... one a metre long by about 600mm wide. The lady tried to sell us one for less than €50, no idea how much she would have come down if we’d tried to bargain with her. They were very nice with the pattern being the same on both sides
From Kruji we asked directions for the road to Burrel. The parking attendant jumped in a van and led us out of the town and onto the right road after asking, I believe, if we were absolutely certain ...
... a day trip back across the border to Macedonia to visit the lake towns of Struga and Ohrid. To top it all off, I was there for both Chris's birthday and the 5th birthday of his daughter Kaida. They had a nice party for Kaida and I had a lot of fun.
And, in the end, I decided to save the rest of the Balkans for another trip. If I had another month before school started, I would have absolutely continued on my way and visited all of the other ...
... then died an alcoholic at a rather early age. I agreed with her that the work was very good, what was really sad, was that the curator of the exhibition had to put up a big fight to get it hung! Still not willing to admit the errors of the past???
In Durres we had a couple of beers in the 13thC Venetian tower and went for a walk along the water (notice I didn't say beach). The strangest thing here was the furry, round, fibrous 'balls' that look very like coconuts, but ...
... Bristol, the oldest traveler id encountered thus far. Lisa was doing a little trip around Europe while Gregg was attempting to cycle to Australia. They seemed like nice people and we all arranged to hook up for a few social beers later in the evening. While cooking the tuna and pasta id brought with me from Trieste I ran into an Irish guy from Wexford, Patrick. No matter where in the world you go, no matter how remote, you are almost guaranteed to run into somebody Irish. He had ...
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