Aposkepos Guest House
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 ...
... the fabulous lake Ohrid. Just as the sun was setting we stumbled upon an idyllic campsite with only one other coupe of people. On arriving I asked if there was a shower. The chap laughed and pointed at the lake "we have one of the biggest shower in the world!". With my tent about 2 metres from the lake shore, my first view of the day was a spectacular one. Best campsite of the trip by a long shot.
Tomorrow we leave Albania for the last ...
... them somewehere through us, we also saw couple of white horses there! We found out that we put our tent in the Unicorn Area! There were as well Music Temple (with the best view we have ever seen), Children Area(there were many families there), Lake Area and so on! So we decided to take a shower in the morning, which was outside, handmade, and all the people in the row were standing naked. We came with our swim suits and felt kind of stupid..so we just did it their way and ...
... s the one wearing black. Her brother, also in the photo, helps her with the business. His dream is to come to Florida. When asked why Forida, he said he loved palm trees.
It took less than 24 hours before word spread that we had arrived. One by one, villagers stopped by my cousin's cafe where we ate breakfast and where we were called on. The President (elected official) asked if I would build a home in the village when I retire. He ...
... 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.
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