In Tirana, we parted ways with Simon. He went to Kosovo, and we continued our road trip through Albania. But until he left, he talked on an on about this wonderful travelers’ oasis called The Wanderers Hostel (not The Wanderer’s Hostel, mind you!). He said it’s the best place to stay in Shkoder!Continue reading about The Wanderers Hostel
If you ever find yourself in Tirana with some time to spare and wish to have an interesting drink in a very cool atmosphere, drop by Radio Bar Tirana.
The interior of Radio Bar looks quite retro, and the covered terrace can seem a bit whimsical, with cubic shelves filled with plants of all sorts, plus some nice lighting.Continue reading about RaDio Bar Tirana
When we got to the border between Macedonia and Albania, I was a bit worried about my passing, as I was the only one without a passport, just with an ID card, and Albania is not in the EU. But everything was ok, and I got over this stressful moment and enjoyed the trip afterwards.
The mountain scenery of Albania is beautiful: rocky, green, wild, majestic. It made me think about the Carpathian mountains, actually and got me a bit homesick for a moment.Continue reading about Tirana, Albania’s Capital
The next day, Ana and Tim went to visit Ohrid Town. Although Simon and I had already been there the day before, we joined them on the shuttle bus from Lagadin. However, once we arrived in Ohrid Town, we separated, and the two of us went to a station. There, we waited for a bus to Bitola, in Pelagonia Valley.Continue reading about our day trip by bus to Bitola
In the morning, Simon and I had a quick breakfast, then went on a day trip to Ohrid Town. Meanwhile, Ana and Tim decided to spend a lazy day by the lake, in Lagadin.
The buses come quite frequently and on time on the shore of Lake Ohrid. You pay the fare with the driver. Therefore it’s all very simple and easy, should you decide to travel this way on yourContinue reading about the day trip to Ohrid Town