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... lake, Struga, and even across to Albania. There was a perfect pull off at the top and we climbed down to some stones and sat and watched an amazing sunset that disappeared behind the distant mountains. We set down the other side of the mountain hoping we would have enough light to catch another lake on the other side, we had just enough to make out the scenery but not very much. Then straight to Bitola.
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... cafés, storehouses and shelters for animals or the homeless. A few briefly saw use in the Balkan conflicts of the 1990's.
... America, because he had many Americans friends. He cooked me a tasty dinner and treated me extremely well. After eating a satisfying meal, I walked over to the dancing fountains and waited for them to start. These fountains danced every night and they danced to some eclectic music. They played Pink Floyd, Celine Dion, Aerosmith, Janis Joplin, Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, some Georgian artists, some classical music and much more. This show went on for a good 1.5 hours before I ...
... know what situation you will find yourself in next when cycle touring so always be prepared.
Albania - Mercedes, donkeys, dodgy roads and concrete mushrooms
I was excited about entering Albania. When telling people I was going to Albania, some people including my dad, met it with the reply, "oh I wouldn't go there if I were you, dodgy people those Albanians". I hoped however after talking to other people that had been there it would be a bit more challenging and ...
... with the way they printed the leaves of handmade paper using a 150 year old copy of the Guttenburg press, apparently one of only two.
Day two highlights included a visit to the St Clement (Sventi Kliment) basilica site and the church that was reconstructed over the ninth century ruins, which were in turn, built over an earlier (fifth century) church. We were surprised how massive the site was, but it was a university and hospital, expanded several ...