Grebnos Stone-House Apartments
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... enough onions in the shopska salads. The sausages were smoked and grilled; very flavourful . Talked travel mostly, including, A Team, the Georgia/Armenia/Azerbaijan trip they've done. They have done some trekking [twice] in Nepal. They also agreed the late starts are problematic.
Ralph and Celia came in later. Celia asked if I sleep with the camera. Opted for a few night shots and then headed home to complete the blog, tying up the loose ends by 2330.
After spending a mere four nights in Albania, we were on the move again. To the east of Albania lies another small country named Macedonia. We were interested in going to one town in particular, Ohrid. Getting to Ohrid would be a bit of fun, but not as much fun as leaving (more on that later). We had to take 2 vans, and two taxis! Thankfully, along the way we experienced how hospitable and friendly eastern Europeans can be.
One thing we ...
... fairly early since Courtney had been up for around 33 hours traveling on 3 different airplanes and going through a major time change.
In the morning, we headed up to the rooftop to enjoy our first breakfast together. Then it was time to explore the old city of Istanbul, otherwise known in old times as Constantinople. We walked downhill to the bridge and walked across. The first place we stopped was the New Mosque, which isnt actually new, but very new compared to most of ...
... On... the mosaics???" OK apparently your NOT supposed to walk on ancient mosaics!
from there we drove to a town in the mountains called Krusevo it was really interesting! It is the highest village in Macedonia reaching 4429 feet above sea level, it looked different from any other town wed driven through the houses are all on the mountain with the streets intertwining. We stopped for alunch then went to Tose Proeski's grave (he ...
... then went to nap for afew hours (napping was ok since it was raining outside so not the best weather to wander in anyway). After my nap I headed out into the town where I got some burek for lunch (unfortunately the worst burek I’ve had to date), and then wandered a small part of the huge lake that Ohrid is situated on (lake Ohrid no less). The lake is so big that ...