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... around the seaside promenade and taking in the atmosphere of what Lonely Planet considers to be the fifth best party city in the world.
The next day it was time to leave Greece and head out to Macedonia. After doing some research we came to the conclusion that the best way to get to Ohrid, which was our destination was to catch a bus to Florina. After eating a very tasty breakfast at a shop just around the corner from our hotel, we grabbed our stuff and caught a city bus to ...
Underwhelming journey of the trip: Considering the Lonely Planet slates this journey as the most beautiful and most terrifying drive in the Balkans I was disappointed. Both in terms of beauty and of of terror. It was very pretty and the roads very bad, but I've had more beautiful drives and more terrifying drives for sure. Nonetheless, I wasn't too unhappy to not be so white-knuckled on the roads!
How to turn something awful into something useful: You ...
... sunday best to go for a walk along the promenade. It's a pretty river promenade and nice to see there were some street cleaners and people planting gardens along the paths to make it prettier.
Early on the sunday morning I got a strange phone call from my boss asking if I was ok! Apparently, my mother had seen that there was a bus accident in Pukes (north albania) and knew that I had gone away for the weekend to a place starting with P (!)....she didn't ...
... at the entrance. By this time it was nearing the 11am prayer session and the guy asks if we would like to stay inside the mosque for the prayer session. Leah unfortunately was asked to leave however she was happy enough for Graham and I to stay for the 10 minute prayer. Taking our position at the side of the mosque one person sung out over the loud speaker to call the people in for prayer. As the prayers commenced we noticed the guy that invited us in ended ...
... a free place to camp, beside a dirt road in this dark land. Flashing fireflies were so many in the hay fields around us that it seemed we were inside a computer.
And I spent the next four nights by myself on a deserted beach. Lots of rubbery jellyfish bounced their big heads off me as I swam. Actually, I only spent two nights on the beach, because Alessandro's family twice made up a bed for me in their nearby village.
Alessandro, and many other ...