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Udhetim ne Shqiperi me biçikletë

By at September 2, 2013 | 19:01 | 0 Comment

Udhetim ne Shqiperi dhe rikthimi me biçikletë

Një vit e gjysmë pas udhëtimit të parë me biçikletë në Shqipëri vendosa të rikthehem në një sezon shumë më mikpritës. Në ndryshim nga ai fundvit, të cilin e kalova duke pedaluar rrugët malore të mbuluara nga akulli, nga rrethinat e Tiranës e deri në Liqenin e Ohrit, itinerari i ri ishte përgjatë gjithë bregdetit të Jugut, nga Vlora në Butrint, parku arkeologjik i përfshirë prej vitesh në trashëgiminë e UNESCO-s. Motive të ndryshme më shtynë të rikthehesha në Shqipëri, disa prej të cilave lidhen me bukuritë e vendit, të zbuluara fillimisht përmes kërkimeve në internet. Por edhe arsye të tjera praktike, që kanë mjaft rëndësi. Do ta filloj nga këto të fundit.

Shqipëria është e lehtë të arrihet me traget nga Italia, një zgjidhje relativisht e lirë (70 € nga Brindisi) që ju lejon të transportoni biçikletën tuaj pa pasur nevojë për ta çmontuar dhe paketuar nëpër qese, siç ndodh gjatë udhëtimeve me aeroplan apo trenat rajonalë.

Shqipëria është shumë ekonomike e të lejon të provosh çdo luks pa prekur rëndë financat, çka në këtë kohë është gjithnjë e këshillueshme. Neve nuk na mungoi asnjëherë asgjë: mbrëmjet në hotele, darkat në taverna dhe udhëtimet në vendet më interesante. (more…)

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Vlora the perl of the Albanian Riviera

By at May 27, 2013 | 23:34 | 1 Comments

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The Albanian Riviera stretches between Vlora and Saranda in the south-west Albania.

This is one of the most beautiful coasts in the whole Ionian Sea and most probably one of the finest ones in Europe. The coast is still virgin and not so very built up out side the city centers, which is mainly thanks to country’s previous communism regime.

This fact alone makes it a perfect vacation destination for those who like to experience a little bit of something different than tourist crowded beaches. Despite the fact of being untouched from the tourist waves the Albanian Riviera has still a lot to provide for different type of tourists. Those interested in archaeology will find the visit to ancient city of Butrint really rewarding. Butrinti richly deserves its status as the country’s best known archaeological site, but there are many other interesting ancient remains in those areas.

Those who love spending their time outdoors should be pleased in any part of the Riviera. Apart from obvious sea related activities, the mountains of Riviera also offer fantastic hiking or cycling opportunities.

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Visit Vlora by ferry boat from Italy

By at January 30, 2013 | 04:03 | 0 Comment

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If you have been wondering about how do you reach the city of Vlora then this picture is one of the three answers 🙂

You can take the ferry boat from Italy over to Vlora. It is easy, quite cheap and affordable to every pocket!  So if you live in Italy ir passing by Italy then this is the way to cross the water-biarders. Do not expect any luxurious conditions in this boat and basically you get what you pay for.

Hopefully there will be some investments soon and new modern ferry boats will show up at the port of Vlora. This is much wanted from both locals and tourists!

The other two ways to reach Vlora is by plane and land at the Mother Teresa airport of Tirana.

The last way to reach the city is through Greece. You can either take a bus ftom Athens to Vlora for only 30€ or the boat from Corfu to Saranda, then a bus or taxi to Vlora.

It basically depends on where you are flying/travelling from.

Do share with us your experience or ask any questions so we can help you out 🙂

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Kayaking around Karaburun, Vlora Albania

By at January 3, 2013 | 01:05 | 0 Comment

For several years sailing the Karaburun peninsula with the kayak, was in the personal list of things “to do”. My father had tried to leave only two times, but could not go very far because once approached to Gjuza Cape the troubled sea and wind forced him to abandon the enterprise. After over two hours of tedious aggressive dig, I fortunately benefited a surprise “walk” to Pashaliman, that was generously offered by a Navy patrol military, whose Effective was exploding mines, exactly on the beach where I predicted the landing, near the bay of St. Jan. The same thing happened to me during the first attempt – when a sudden wind changed in less than half an hour the calm sea by merely hardly be navigable waters. Slow waves and strong wind sailing to prevent whenever raises to rowing oar, by the changing direction.

 

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