Travel Blogs from Ohrid
... but I could tell that they were trying their best to make my stay as best it could be. I got a 4 person dorm room on the second floor of a really old Ottoman style house. In my room the only other occupant was a young guy from Germany. He was taking a journey from Germany to Turkey and onward to Iran, Pakistan and India. After settling in, I went to have dinner and smoke some sheeshah with the German guy. We hung out and talked during the evening and had a nice time.
Ok…where was I??? Day 7! Wow, already a week in I cant believe it! Woke up in Ohrid!!! Went to take a shower…. Hunh?? Where's the water? Wake Sinisa up, Babe! No water is coming out??!! He opens his eyes and says matter of fact "yeah there is no water in the city" closes his eyes.. ohhh ok then! What?? What does that even mean! Apparently it is common for the water to stop working for a bit every once in a while. Went back to our ...
... never been out of this town as it is either bike or walk if you haven’t got a car. It has been very interesting visiting these countries and helps you to understand the problems that these people have to face. It doesn’t seem to matter where the bus stops there are people trying to sell you something – tablecloths, jewellery, or souvenirs. They carry everything around in a rug ...
... at the restaurant I've settled on. A big bowl of warming tripe soup! A favourite.
More wandering in the afternoon and back to the guesthouse to prepare for tomorrow.
I pay Antonio's father and the choice today is brandy or home wine. I opt for the wine. It's lucky I have to leave tomorrow if I stay any longer I'm well on my way to being an alcoholic.
And so the end of the journey, I think. Bur who knows. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking