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Travel Blogs from Ohrid
... of times I’ve been to Bali and witnessed their fondness for "epic statue in the roundabout" I think I’ve got a pretty good eye for them.
After a quick walk through the bazaar (which was refreshing grubby – felt a little more real than Ohrid’s beautiful but touristy, coloured in between the lines market and bazaar) – bang,
kaBOOya! There he is, King Philip the Second. Alexander the Great’s dad. This is ...
... of the many side streets of Istiklal. It was a good time and after we went to eat a kebab and walk around the street. I called it a night around 11pm and headed back to the hostel to read for the rest of the night. It was to be the last night I would sleep alone on this journey.
The day had finally arrived that I was to meet my girlfriend Courtney. I was extremely excited to head out to the airport. I packed up my things and stored them in order to switch rooms. At 11am I ...
Got up and said goodbye to baba she walked us out to the car and cried as we left. It was so sad, I was like Sinisa hurry up, shes breaking my heart!!!! Lets get out of here!!! And off we went.
It was so lovely to see his grandma and meet her she was very interesting as all babas are "coca cola has drugs in it!" I was laughing so hard when Sinisa told me rolling his eyes. Its so funny how everyone is with their grandparents and ...
... even more miserable (and I decided to do the site seeing tomorrow morning when the weather forecast is for sun). Back at the hostel I did some washing and just blogged and organised things for a while. Once I got hungry again I cooked up some eggplant and tomato that I picked up at the fruit and vege market earlier which was both tasty and healthy. After dinner I ...
... week. Or two.
When I'm in Ohrid, I feel like I could never leave.
*Side note- for the whole above itinerary one person would spend somewhere in the neighborhood of $20, or much less if you chose budget food items. Inexpensive or classy accommodations are available. Also lovely, Struga is a neighboring town with a laid-back vibe, featuring a river walk through town, an excellent monastery and an international poetry festival. Live it up. ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting