Aposkepos Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... went to photograph a small monastery nearer to lake level. To most of the locals, the area was a beach used on a Sunday afternoon. We were off at 1335.
We were 96k from Bitola but had things to do on winding roads. Daniela will not be with us tonight. Got an overview of tomorrow, passport day heading to Greece. Bit dozey which I will attribute to the beer.
We climbed for a half hour for a view of the lake. This narrow road was not meant for bus ...
... 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 ...
... by the trip and was very happy for us to sleep in his mother's garden and Told us all about his tours on motorbike. His 5yo daughter came down bearing ice creams for us and in the morning Albert brought us a bag of delicious hot cheesy pastries and yogurt. Such kindness and he wanted nothing but to hear about what we were doing in basic English. Restores one's faith in people!
On we went, following the coast down to near a town called Bar, again ...
From Thessaloniki we travelled to Kastoria, and waited there for the other bus who goes next to the camp!
We met Francesco there, very nice Swiss guy, who we became
friends with, in rainbow family! We met a latvian guy, a slovakian, polish, israelians and many more while we were on the bus, people have already started
to play music with all kind of instruments...like wooden flutes and santur, many drums and classical instruments! it was like heaven for us:) when we ...
... of the tongue. No outsider understands it - except Flok, the local dog. And, according to my cousin's brother, Flok can open & close doors on his own. The locals turn the "Alvanitika" on and turn it off when visitors or relative of visitors come to town.
Anna came by the cafe. She's the one with the glasses and wearing black. Her brother is the guy who died forty-days ago. Anna is the town gossip. She knows everybody's ...