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... lake, Struga, and even across to Albania. There was a perfect pull off at the top and we climbed down to some stones and sat and watched an amazing sunset that disappeared behind the distant mountains. We set down the other side of the mountain hoping we would have enough light to catch another lake on the other side, we had just enough to make out the scenery but not very much. Then straight to Bitola.
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... cafés, storehouses and shelters for animals or the homeless. A few briefly saw use in the Balkan conflicts of the 1990's.
... America, because he had many Americans friends. He cooked me a tasty dinner and treated me extremely well. After eating a satisfying meal, I walked over to the dancing fountains and waited for them to start. These fountains danced every night and they danced to some eclectic music. They played Pink Floyd, Celine Dion, Aerosmith, Janis Joplin, Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, some Georgian artists, some classical music and much more. This show went on for a good 1.5 hours before I ...
... numerous tunnels without lights wihich were quite disconcerting as when you drove into them your eyes could not adjust quickly enough…there was a good few seconds where you wre completely blind in the dark! After what seemed like an eternity – 3 hours – we ended up at the border to Albania. Never in our wildest thoughts would we have planned to go to Albania but here we were! Passports at the ready we arrived at the gate, only to be ...
... road (a very bad road, but I'll get to that in a bit). He said "hello" and asked where I was from. Most people who speak good English have lived in the UK for a bit although no one yet has known where Hereford is. I told him I lived near the Welsh border, "do you speak Welsh" he replied. I obviously said "no" but told him some friends of mine do (my old flat mate spoke Welsh as his first language). "I speak some Welsh" he replied to my amazement, he then proceeded to spout out some of ...