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... nuns whip out a massive stack of notes for their trolley load so much that they had rubber banded it into sections... This currency was crazy! Made it to our campsite along the lake from Ohrid, peaceful place and some awesome hosts that keep bringing us reiki - which tastes like white tequila. Had a local pizza which was layered pastry stuffed with egg, spinach and cheese with beers for dinner. Chilled out here for the night, watching the locals fish up a storm, ...
... Too short to grab a cab. The drivers can burn you with a look from under those really bushy eyebrows.
Being Monday morning, we began the walk along with the many local pedestrians all scurrying to work, jobs, and tedium. I’m sure we fit right in and didn’t really have that dreaded tourist look. Doesn’t everyone go to work hauling a wheeled suitcase while wearing a ...
... which means it is really old. Its one of those places that is a mystery on how they built it. It was high up in the mountains built into the cliffs. Truly a work of art and one of the most important sites in Turkey from what I hear. The highlight of the monastery was the room with the many drawings on the ceilings and the walls. When we were done exploring, we took the same taxi back into town. I said thank you to the friendly Malaysian for letting me come on their excursion ...
After idling there for a bit, we walked on to the next major stop: St Kliment. We were greeted and then surrounded by a mass of middle or high school kids on a chorus trip (no singing was involved at the church as they were there merely to sightsee for the day). The church was beautiful, but it just looked so perfect that I suspect (though have failed to check) that it's been (at least largely) rebuilt recently. It was further up the ...
... sticking their heads out the window shouting "hello, how are you?" (the only English words they knew). After a while I was getting peckish so I decided to stop at a small shop, there was one minibus parked outside, which some guys were trying to load with very heavy looking sacks. The passengers were all staring at my bike outside so I told them I was English and how far I had been etc etc When I got back on the road I soon caught up with this minibus (it was pretty crammed full, due ...