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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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We were a little late to leave the hotel today because a lot of the group had gone out the night before. We were all sitting on the bus about to leave when we realised we were down one person. They were still asleep... We did get on our way and drove towards the Macedonian border. Going through the borders is a sometimes long process. With 47 people, from 7 nationalities, it takes awhile for ...
... rather unused road and was trying to work out why this was a forbidden area but for the sake of me I just could not think.
I headed onwards along the cliff road which was now a rough built up area. I really could see the poor in the community now as nothing was well kept and many were on horses or donkeys.
Finally I arrived into the main town which I presume was Debar. It was extremely busy and so I rode around just about every street looking for this Venice Hotel. ...
... I have stayed on this trip. We had a whole apartment just for the two of us. A huge living room with english television, a full sized kitchen and a master bedroom. It was perfect, and it was only 20 euro per night. It was an amazing deal and we were both very happy. We paid for three nights and said goodbye to Katica after she gave us a run down of the city. We couldnt believe the place we were staying. It took us eight vehicles total for the day to arrive here and it was ...
While Canada celebrated our national holiday, I was on an excursion to the other side of Lake Ohrid yesterday. We set off early from our hotel for the 40 minute bus ride to the town of Ohrid. Goran took us on a walking tour of the old part of the city. The site has been used for human habitation for about 12000 years. We saw an old church dedicated to Sophia. For those of you not up on feminist theology, sophia is the Greek word for wisdom. References to Sophia in the Old ...
Yesterday morning we had a display of dancing by a group of young women from Kurdistan. They were between 6-18 years old. They dressed in their performance costumes to do 3 dances for us; very professional. They have been participating in some sort of international dance festival. The girls looked like ballet dancers, obviously chosen for their figures and flexibility. They were all Mongolian in features. It was ...