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... was after 1900. Took several pix and the battery died, the spare back in the room, along with the raingear.
DJ Pizza lived up to its Tripadvisor billing as the #3 spot in town. It was very low key, not fancy by any stretch. Sat outside which meant a nice breeze. Had a large Neopolitan which was enough plus a Shopska beer. 'Angel of the Morning' and other 1980's classics were playing. The beer labels here are pretty easy to pull off . The ...
... all to myself. It was just about sunset when I arrived, and I headed out for some food. It never seems to get old when you eat breakfast in one country and eat dinner in another, I thought to myself. At the supermarket I ate some tasty potato stuffed fried thingamuchjigs. I spent a quiet nite in my room playing on the in room wifi that is ever so convenient. It makes me think back to how quickly life on the road has changed. Before when I went backpacking the only chance I had to ...
... gonig to head all the way as i hadn't been feeling great yesterday.
Once on the road (and knowing i could take the bus back) i thought i'd go for it, i don't think i've ever cycled that far before, i feel good and tired now! The lake here isn't quite as impressive as Kotor bay.
Yesterday i wandered around the old city and several churches, it's another UNESCO town. This was after ...
... and I joined Graeme and Lynne for a cappuccino at a beach restaurant below the little church. The cappuccinos were quite large with a third of the glasses filled with very thick cream. Quite nice, especially if you are into cream. From there we walked a bit on the rocky beach past boats on shore and then on a wooden walkway along the cliff. I liked the walkway. No matter where we were, the views of the lake were beautiful - the ...
... to get rid of them so it’s common to see them plonked by the side of new roads or building sites where the workers have dug them up and dragged them out the way
By far the most common type of car in Albania are big old Mercedes Benz saloons, often caked in mud and with blacked out windows. This makes it looks like half the country is in the mafia (some probably are). Another common sight (and I mean very common maybe 1 in 5 cars) are British 4x4's, apparently some of ...