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... Found our way easily across to the otherside without tommy for the most part. Stopped at a supermarket for lunch supplies and withdrew some cash - no idea the exchange I went for the middle amount on offer at the ATM of 2000. Got back to the van and nick then reckoned id withdrawn about £200 - **** we don't need that much! Luckily at the supermarket shop we spend 395 so can't have been the exchange rate nick was working from in the book. Whilst we were there we ...
How many times have I heard about the beautiful Ohrid? Well, more than once. Definitely.
And I'd always pictured it as a little village clinging to the side of a hill overlooking a beautiful lake. Not quite, but close.
I arrived in pitch darkness – which was lovely for seeing a sky full of stars but the famous lake was still a mystery. Like a Christmas present, I couldn’t peek until morning. And in ...
... day, after I was served a traditional turkish breakfast, I decided to go on an adventure to see the caves up in the mountains. I set out first to the bus station to buy a ticket to Istanbul. After purchasing the ticket, I started on the long way up the mountains toward the caves. It was a gorgeous walk. I went first through the city and then into some neighborhoods. Once I got to the end of the neighborhoods, the road entered into the mountains and I followed the winding road up ...
... of the water is beyond clear and beyond beautiful. Imagine holding a green/blue crystal up to the light and watching how it plays across the room - that's the hue of the water as it moves across the surface from you. Fish and guppies play meters down into the water, and naturally you can see them all the way to the bottom. Parts of the lakeside are reserved for fishing villages and villas, others are beaches and docks, but the vast stretches of land ...
... in the centre of Pogradec. Giving me one last goofy smile, Major Pullump Dodd gave me a limp handshake before mincing off to no doubt listen to his beloved George Michael CD's. A favourite of his apparently.
Once I left Albanian territory I walked through the no mans land towards the Macedonian border point. The tarmac road ran along the quiet southern flank of the beautiful Lake Ohrid. Upon reaching the border I became a little bewildered. I don't think ...