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... of where the first university of the Balkans was. It was on the side of the cliff, and they are actually rebuilding the university for the priests to study. Around that area there were also ruins of old basilicas and a church. We were given a private tour learning all about the mosaics that were well intact. The guide was definitely over enthusiastic for Geoff and I pushing very religious views but all in all it was a good tour. The church ...
... br> Repast will be dates and peanuts. Worked on an anacrostic while the first battery charged. On completion, went for a walk as far as the St Clement statue, its import of little concern to the average lakeside goer. There was some lightning over the lake. Lights could be seen across the lake.
Back to the hotel. Picked up the wifi code. Nearly completed the anacrostic but too tired. A diary blog bereft of pix uploaded and bed by 2230.
... like he was American thumping some beats just down the way from me. However, the party gods were not calling my name that night, so I headed back to the hostel. There werent many people at the hostel since this was a party town, and most of them didnt return till very late in the evening.
On my only full day in Batumi, I walked for most of the day. I started at my hostel and walked across town to the port where a cruise ship was being sent off by a small Georgian marching band. ...
After a sight-seeing tour around Ohrid, we decide to visit St.Naum's monastery. This time, we take the traditional way - we go by car. The winding road leads along the coast of the lake and the national park of Galicica. Thus, on our left side, we see 2000-metres-high peaks that divide Ohrid Lake from Prespa Lake - the other, also very clear, wonder of nature.
Unfortunately, St.Naum disappoints us. The interior of the church is indeed enigmatic ...
... reciprocrate in his language (or any of the other ones he speaks better - Albanian and Turkish. They have to learn a lot of languages in school! On multiple occasions when he wasn't certain, he called his girlfriend, who spoke better English and also computer access to Google Translate! Aww.
Antonio lives in Prilep (another more notable city in Macedonia), and works in the biggest industry in the area - in one of the many tobacco ...