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... to find had also closed for the day.
I was trying to follow my map climbing up the stairs and made it to the Mother of God Church. The lady ...
... artwork. It reminded me of the many cave temples in Korea and the ocean temple complex in Busan Haenggunsa.
I then asked how to get back as I didnt want to walk 3km to Struga and then get a bus to Ohrid. As I was short on time could ...
... and right by the waterfront. We decided on a room for the three of us, I was just praying that the two men didn't snore all night. We went into town to find some dinner and found a quaint little restaurant with a few people in it and we had our regular salad, goulash, and bean soup. We headed back to our hostel where the boys sat outside in the cold and had coffees while I enjoyed the warmth inside catching up on blogging and a nice hot ...
... come on the walk. Ms Posh Nosh wanted info on Albania; hopefully she'll go along and the Albanians will keep her.
Off along the boardwalk with Daniela pointing out this and that. She was rather worried about the uphill climb and certain stretches [she called 'mountaineering'] so she was doing good CYA stuff today. The BS and U/K are going to do their own thing. At the end of the tour, we will take a boat back to the hotel. Wonder if the restaurants are ...
... br> I had spent three relaxing nights in yeravan, and now it was time to head back to Georgia and make my way towards Turkey. I got directions in the morning to the bus station and headed out to find a bus to get me there. At the bus stop I met an older Armenian lady who spoke good english. She was very nice and told me she owned a bed and breakfast that tourists like to go to. She was also heading to the bus station to say goodbye to some tourist friends of hers. She helped me ...