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... cross into Macedonia. Our map book was coming in handy again as we could see clearly there was a better way, turns out tommy only had one road mapped into it, for Macedonia - the main highway. Googled the border crossing to make sure it was operational, Wikipedia told us it was the most relaxed one and easiest drive as the others were all on mountain tops, so we trusted AA roadmap 2013 and off we drove against tommys wishes. The roads were smooth and the border ...
... of us came to 25E, yummy honey roast pork and veggie casserole thingy plus drinks.
... restaurants and pointed to some food that I thought looked good and it was. I had myself a mini feast in the square of some great turkish food. I took in more of the atmosphere for about an hour after dinner and relaxed at the hotel. I was given my first cup of turkish tea at the hotel which is served in small tulip shaped cups and you can choose how many cubes of sugar you put in it. Most people put a lot in.
The next day my goal was to buy a bus ticket to the capital ...
... any western place with a bit of style to look. The barman spoke perfect English and when we asked for food he told us they had none! This was soon rectified, thee guys in the bar called a local pizza shop and within 10 mins had a pizza delivered to us in the bar we sat down with a beer and enjoyed lunch. It was amazing to have such lovely people, willing to go out of their way to help when all you have driven through is places full of unfinished buildings, ...
... of Lake Ohrid runs into Albania, and you can literally see the country from Ohrid), Greeks, and Italians around. Hey, I don't blame them - the lake is huuuuge and really, really pretty. The crowds didn't detract from the view.
On my first afternoon, I walked around the old town, built on hilly terrain leading right down to the lake. Various churches pepper the area, the most famous and picturesque of all being the St. John Kaneo ...