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... was actually rebuilt to mirror the original one because it was redesigned when the Turkish invaded and took over, the church is called Plaosnik.
After we drove along the waterfront to where the springs from the mountain meet the lake. On the way we stopped for a quick bite to eat right by the water. Lake Ohrid is crystal clear, with a rock beach leading into it. I even took my shoes off and stepped in the shallow waters because it was ...
- Finally got so see some of the 750,000 bunkers
- During the nearly forty-year leadership of Communist ruler Enver Hoxha of thePeople's Socialist Republic of Albania, over 700,000 bunkers were built in the country – one for every four inhabitants. The bunkers (Albanian: bunkerėt) are still a ubiquitous sight in ...
... to them play and after saw a small girl picking flowers and sprinkling them in her hair. She was having a great time entertaining herself doing that and I took some pictures and showed them to her. I walked over to the start of the boardwalk and started walking. It was the longest boardwalks I have seen on this trip. I think it went for over 7kms or so. There is constant activity everywhere you look. It was also the weekend and the beaches were packed with people. However, ...
... We happily spent our time going for walks around the lake and checking out all the fun sites. Oh yeah..fun fact about the lake..it's 300 meters deep and 3 million years old making it one of the oldest lakes in Europe
One day while walking Dave saw an old lady struggling to carry some bottles up a hill. Out of no where, Dave the Dick became Dave the Chivalrous. ...
... shout "HELLO" as you go past. If you do stop and chat often you accumulate a swarm of kids, some of whom will run after you as you leave. In the cities they are a bit less friendly and will sometimes ask for money or cigarettes which if you are not used to it might be a bit unnerving. Of course not everyone is super friendly and some do give you funny looks but all of this behaviour is probably due to the fact Albania has been closed for so long the people are simply not used to ...