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... It was pitiful but they made up for it with terminals connected to the Internet. After my private tour of the local points of pride and a briefing on the economic crises and its effect on the local population, I returned to my cousin’s café for dinner.
I depart in the morning back to Thessaloniki by bus (12 Euros) where I’ll stay at the Tourist Hotel for one evening and leave for Athens in the morning by plane.
... didn’t work. A break was in order so he lit a cigarette and paced back & forth in front of the furnace - tempting fate. When I suggested that it may not be a good idea to have a lit cigarette in a small room filled with the overwhelming smell of fuel, he responded: “where did you go to mechanic school?” followed with a “don’t worry - it’s only diesel.” After one more round of banging and cursing, it fired up. I stood ...
... to get a shot before it took off but he sat firmly. I got closer and closer and was finally right up beside him and he never even tried to run.
I put my hand towards its head and it started climbing up my hand and on up the arm of my jacket. He seemed extremely curious.
After a load of photos I took him to the grass and put him into safety and he simply just wandered off into the wild bush. What a great find that was and it certainly made my day.
... footbridge. The Panagias Porfiras Monastery at the farther end was closed by a chain, but Frances had no trouble getting in, while I hid in the weeds and then joined her inside. Not well preserved, but atmospheric and worth breaking into.
Heading on toward Psarades, the stand of ancient junipers at the top of the hill was worth a stop. Psarades was the only spot that managed to feel touristy, even without tourists. Several local gentlemen vied to take us onto ...
... Off at 0900, heading toward the St Naum Monastery. Much of the area around the Lake Ohrid is beachfront, modest as that term is used.
Changed just $100.00 US for the seven nights in Macedonia and may be just a hundred or two denars short. 'Macedonia on $15 a day' re food is possible if one avoids the restaurant bit every night.
Our second national park is Galicica, south of the town of Ohrid. The local shopska salad is not for me as not enough ...