Hotel Daljan

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Now what were all those bunkers good for?

A travel blog entry by mickle777


... Macedonia and Albania. Of the total surface area, 248 km2 belongs to Republic of Macedonia and 110 km2 belongs to Albania. Ossie Sister city is Woolongong.

  • Huge burger for lunch washed down with nice Scopsco beer. Lunch for 4 of us came to 14E. Dinner that night ...

  • Constantinople Rendezvous

    A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney

    ... kicking back mostly in my hotel room. I headed for the subway and took two different trains to the bus station. It was as short three hour ride to Safranbolou on a very nice bus as usual in Turkey. Safranbolou is an old Ottoman style city, with very old architecture and traditional buildings and homes. I chose to stay at this city, because it looked laid back and a good example of old turkish lifestyle. Also it was perched in between some mountains in a serene setting. At the ...

    Are we still in Europe??

    A travel blog entry by rhys_raelene


    ... the town, only asking for directions once from a very willing man standing on the side of the street. When we arrived at the Greece border, Macedonia just waved us through not caring about anything (wish they were like that on entry) Greece asked for passports, we got a stamp and the wave of approval to enter Greece, yippee.

    We rode on for a little while then stopped in a small town to get some lunch, kebabs!

    Re-energised we made our way to ...


    A travel blog entry by scatabout

    ... the old towns we had been to before this one had cars, and as you walked down the street if a car came along you had to pin yourself against the wall to let it past. The unemployment here is down to 38% - last year was 50% - and our guide told us that it doesn’t matter how educated a person is they take whatever job they can get, be it sweeping the streets, cleaning, selling icecreams etc ...

    Into the Balkans

    A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren


    ... introduced to the typical snack of the Balkans, the famous burek. A burek comes in two forms, but basically it is kind of like a pie, made from very oily filo pastry and stuffed with meat, or cheese, or cheese and spinach. Basically bureks would soon become our staple snack in the Balkans, and yes, our waistlines would be paying for it soon enough.
    Serbia also introduced us to roma kids (gypsy kids begging or mostly demanding money). ...


    This hotel, located in Ohrid, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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