Hotel Montenegro Struga
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... us off in the middle of town. We were just not about 18km away from the border, but there were no buses that went to the border. Our only options were to take an expensive taxi to the border or to hitchhike. We decided to walk for a bit and see if anyone would pick us up. After trying to flag a few cars down, a taxi pulled up and gave us a decent price so we decided to hop in. His name was Victor and he was very friendly. We enjoyed his taxi ride to the border. He took us out of ...
... there in August. He says the acoustics are terrific. Then, onto our boat for a trip to the southwest corner of the lake to a monastery dedicated to Saint Naum. His claim to sainthood involved answering the problem of a farmer who appealed to him for help because one of his oxen died and the other could not work alone pulling the plough. Naum told him to go home because his prayers would be answered. The farmer went home and a bear was standing by the stable, completely tame ...
... would get a chance to dance with some locals at a wedding. Tonight there was a w,edding at the hotel. We had finished our dinner on the verandah while the wedding of over 250 was getting underway. There had been a traditional wedding ceremony in the chapel of the monastery next door with the bride in traditional Macedonian dress, I missed seeing that but some of the others saw her. By the time I saw her, she had ...
... the one we had seen, the paintings were old and had some damage, but were quite beautiful, all the cave walls painted with scenes of Jesus' life, it had never been restored in any way. In the main chapel where we went to sing, the paintings were all fresh and undamaged, but in the same style, paintings and wood carvings everywhere. The acoustics were excellent and we sang through all the songs we've learned so far. ...
... the longer notes which is distinctive to this part of the world. The rhythms of a few of these songs are really tricky and fitting in the syllables to all the words is an interesting challenge when it is just nonsense syllables, but that's the learning curve. Moussaka for lunch, a long walk by the lakeshore and more singing late this afternoon. Dinner was at 7 and included the same music ...