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... so we were a little bit skeptical. It turned out to be absolutely perfect—the room was pristine and the view was unreal. They also had a laundry machine, so we washed everything and hung it all over our room to dry. Then we headed back downtown for dinner.
We had read in the book that the pizza and pasta in Ohrid was equally as good as the traditional food, and that it had an interesting Macedonian flair. We settled on ...
... br> Civilization ebbed and flowed. Hillside homes and farms disappeared and would return. Daniela passed around a sheet with some basic Macedonian words. Ms Posh Nosh obviously could not be bothered for so short a period of time. Our driver Isa is bombing along. A sign said Orhid was just 167k but we had some detours to make.
The sun came out for a guest appearance. Not much love from Sol today. Passing Tetovo, Daniela said its population is 30% ...
... now, and that is good enough for me. However, the only border that is open with Armenia is between Georgia. Both Azerbaijan and Turkey have shunned Armenia and wont let anyone across. Because of this, I will have to return to Georgia in order to cross into Turkey. After a good few hours of walking in the hot sun, I made my way back to the comforts of the hostel and hung out there watching tv, smoking sheeshah with the Iranian women, and chit chatting with a few people.
... red, and almost physically prevented me from entering or seeing what was in 211. she was ver very appologotic, I explained to her that I cannot go on with my life if she did not satisfy my curiousity. she laughed and told me what it was. for the protection of this person, I;ll keep this private. Hope you guys can get on with your lives LOL..
So, Rob was ready and we set off in wet weather gear, again
... and it really was a free-for-all on the roads, but we made it through unscathed. One other thing about Albania that deserves a mention is the people. The last post was rather disparaging about the country, but our reading suggested that the people are a very friendly bunch. And although we did not interact with all that many Albanians during our brief visit, we did get waves and big smiles all the time. As one ...