While driving in Albania we saw many cyclists riding their bikes wherever they could. For me it was hard to imagine myself cycling in these unsafely conditions… Here you can see some bikes. In this case, all of them MALE CYCLISTS.
Driving through Albania
Albania used to be the poorest country in Europe. Now it’s turn for Moldova. It has a population of almost 3 million people, and it covers an area of 28.748 km2 (so a bit smaller than Catalonia). There were no cars some years ago (it was forbidden until 1991!). Now it’s full of Mercedes Benz… […]
Mali i Robit beach
In Albania we missed the beautiful beaches near Saranda, also the lake Ohrid, on the border with Macedonia… We had the need to drive North so… it’s a pity, we will have to come back some other time! 🙂 So we drove in the direction of Durrësi and stayed in Mali i Robit, a family […]
Gjirokastra is a Unesco World Heritage town with one of the biggest castles in the Balkans and 600 Ottoman houses with characteristic grey roofs placed in the hill. We slept near this town, in the brand new camping place just opened a few days before. The castle contains many weapons and even a shot-down US […]
Stephan and our tap
Yesterday morning we met Stephan, our German neighbour in the camping. Heidi and Stephan are now retired and they love travelling. He has been shepherd for almost 25 years, what meant that he could not leave his farm for more than 3 days in a row. But before he had travelled a lot and now he […]