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... had one of the oldest universities in the world (pre 10th Century). That monastery, which is on top of the hill has been restored, and they building a modern university around it. I looked in two churches. Meh. The Ohrid region was also an area of unrest and rebellion when Macedonians sought independence in the late 19th and early 20th century, Now, it is a tourist town, and I was here off season and on a Sunday and Monday nights. Which is to say, ...
... of the fastest border crossings I have ever experienced. We were in and out and back on the road in no time. I got back to Tbilisi and navigated my way to the hostel, by walking 2km, hopping on a subway, walking another while and making it successfully to the hostel called Tbilisi Rooms. I pressed the button on the door and waited for the elevator to come down to pick me up. A girl named Nino picked me up and we headed upstairs on the old clanky elevator. I got a nice large ...
... with some amazing dresses. Not sure why there were so many of these shops - maybe people get married many times.
Stayed in an apartment that belonged to a taxi driver that approached us at the bus station when we arrived. Was OK and easy as it was in the centre so we didn't waste any time looking for accomodation which gave us the whole afternoon and evening to explore.
On my way to Macedonia's crown jewel, Lake Ohrid, I decided to make a little pit stop in Bitola for a look at the country's second-largest (though still pretty small) city. Well, our bus itself took a long pit stop on the way there - there was an accident in front of us on a small road, with not enough room to u-turn.
At least we were stuck in some pleasant scenery. Being the only non-Macedonian on the bus was a little bit strange at ...
... 15! It's a very popular and well-known holiday destination that nobody I know has never heard of. The whole place is very picturesque and must be a lot of fun in summer, and the zillion churches, with dramatic settings or designs or both, draw tons of visitors and folks who like to ask plastic dolls of dead people to do stuff for them.
The old part of town is on a steep hill, ...
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