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... pride. A shoemaker’s tools stood alongside a yarn weaver next to a 1620 icon of the Virgin Mary next to church books from 1790 next to an 1835 chalice next to an undated stone field marker next to pistols & rifles used to fight the Ottomans. No rhyme or reason but wonderful.
We then proceeded to their public library. Rather, it’s a collection of donated books: an outdated set of Britannica encyclopedia & ...
... didn’t work. A break was in order so he lit a cigarette and paced back & forth in front of the furnace - tempting fate. When I suggested that it may not be a good idea to have a lit cigarette in a small room filled with the overwhelming smell of fuel, he responded: “where did you go to mechanic school?” followed with a “don’t worry - it’s only diesel.” After one more round of banging and cursing, it fired up. I stood ...
... confused and is showing me as being on the correct road but alongside is another road which I am meant to be on and so it kept crashing!! I was getting worried and began to think I was heading totally the wrong way and so I stopped and got out the maps.
I was stopped on a beautiful hillside overlooking a great rocky plain below the mountains. It seemed the most peaceful place on Earth until here out the bushes came 3 casually dressed guys with rifles in their hands and ...
In this northwestern corner of Greece, the roads approach to within a couple of kilometres of both Albania and the Macedonian Republic, but there is no access to either country. The point at which the three countries meet is in the middle of Lake Prespa Major. The area has the back-of-beyond feeling that always appeals to me.
The main population centre in Greece is the historic but very small village of Agios Germanos. We stayed at the Varmous Hotel ...
... reminded me, Alan, of Xochimilko in southern Mexico City [but without the hawkers]. Our boatman was Nikola. He was very unassuming. We opted for minimal commentary, allowing the oar often to be the loudest sound. The lagoon is fed by 30 underground/15 above ground springs. European pond turtles were seen. The lake drains out at Struga, flowing into Albania. We were just a kilometre away from Albania. Daniela suggested 10E each for the two boatmen. It was a pleasant ...