Guest House Filoxenia
Travel Blogs from Kastoria
... the maps I needed onto his netbook.
The standard of driving dropped dramatically when we entered Albania, we had to go right through the centre of the capital city Tirana,manic! Cars coming from every direction.
Our group expanded to six today with Scottish Mike joining us.Both Shayne and Mike had minor offs due ...
After a lovely visit to Dubrovnik Will and I have been making our way further down the coast. So much to say!
Dubrovnik - Kotor
Kotor - Bar
Bar - Skhoder
Skhoder - Tirana
Tirana - Lake Ohrid
Apart from the volume of people on the coast, we both fell in love with Montenegro's Kotor Bay, yet another UNESCO site. The huge bay stretches it's clear water inland in 3 directions, providing us with a stunning flat 50km ...
... and thunders i have never seen before, we did a jam with the nature in the tent and went to eat some soup with our jackets from the rain! We were realising how much less the person needs to be happy, especially if the people around you are supporting and caring! Our backpacks would be enough for super long time if we were continuing haveing so many great experience! Just our mind couldnt process anymore of all the things we saw, experienced and all the people we met and the stories ...
... of the tongue. No outsider understands it - except Flok, the local dog. And, according to my cousin's brother, Flok can open & close doors on his own. The locals turn the "Alvanitika" on and turn it off when visitors or relative of visitors come to town.
Anna came by the cafe. She's the one with the glasses and wearing black. Her brother is the guy who died forty-days ago. Anna is the town gossip. She knows everybody's ...
... a great theologian and eventually taught at the major academy in Athens, Greece. Nor did anyone know that I was to be named in his honor. In fact, look at the picture with me pointing to his name and my namesake on the plaque adhered to the side of St. Demetrios church honoring his accomplishments.
Yes indeed! My paternal grandfather martyred on the steps of his own church and his son, Nicholas, honored at the same location.