Grebnos Stone-House Apartments
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Outside the old town Ohrid has that run down communist feel to it, the kind of cold feeling I got from large swaths of Bulgaria. Old dilapidated buildings, graffiti everywhere, general lack of pride in ownership. The streets are cracked and make no sense. It's just a jumbled mess where anyone throws up a home where ever they want.
I was hoping to go diving in the lake- an archaeological hot bed ...
... gardens are clean save for the mess some late goers left behind.
The biggest dissappointment of the trip has been the mindset behind what is all too often 0900 starts. It is more of a European trip issue than Algeria and Tunisia. The old Explore would get up and go while the market Explore is catering to now doesn't have the initiative to do so. The pace of these trips has been rather slow, the usual number of days aside. To compound matters, this trip ...
... like for a few nights. Early in the morning my two english traveling companions were leaving to check out a cave somewhere and we said our goodbyes and wished each other well. After eating some boomerang shaped bread and laughing cow style cheese with a banana, I packed up my things and asked directions to where the bus might leave to Yerevan. The hostel employee gave me two different options to choose from. I took the subway to the first place, which didnt have any buses going ...
We left the ferry boat at 6:30 am. No problem to leave at Piraeus. We had to do about 600km to reach Ohrid in Macedonia. It was a mixture of motorways in Greece and national roads in both crossed countries. The last bit before Ohrid was really bumpy. Nice weather with an average of 30c.we arrived in Ohrid at 4 pm and the receptionist of the hotel Jovan in the center of town was waiting for us at the Post. It was practical to find the underground ...
... well with Sinisa) different customs foods places we loved everything! Sinisa started getting a little crazy and buying everyone drinks but we were having such a blast I put the cheapo me in my purse and locked her up! A man selling socks from Albania with a sad story (hes Macedonian living in Albania which used to be part of Macedonia) sinsia ended up giving the man salad and meet and bread from out table and buying him a beer, it was so ...