Kristal Palas

Lenin 184, Prilep, 7500, Macedonia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prilep

Scatter to the winds

A travel blog entry by rupking on Jun 23, 2013

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... Each team and each build has different building styles, different construction techniques, and different challenges. In Macedonia, they need helping funding their buildings and just a little from us makes a hugh difference to them. Keep in mind the average salary is equivilent to just $350.

I have consolidated most of the pictures from the trip and have over 1800. I will get some posted as I am ...

Frankenstein on probation

A travel blog entry by cariverga on Sep 16, 2012

... 1086;в 72;ться я не стал, ведь это дождл 80;вое утро я начал со стака 85;а свеже 75;о виног 88;адног& #1086; ...

Family family and more family!!!!!

A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Sep 06, 2012

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... everywhere for us. We didnt want to book anything because lets face it we didnt have Sinisas passport in our hands and I didnt feel comfortable spending a lot of money and not having that valuable piece for travel. We checked out a few more places which were NOT helpful and then we decided screw it lets go to the passport place and see if they have it (he only applied for it less than 24 hours earlier) it is HOT HOT HOT out and we are stuck in traffic of ...

Amy's near miss at conversion

A travel blog entry by maddinames on Jul 02, 2010

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It was tipping it down with rain when we arrived in Kavadarci, which is never a good way to get a first impression of a city. While Martin watched whatever football match was on that afternoon I went in search of information about wine tasting in the area and where we could stay. In the Lonely Planet it was mentioned that there was a monastery in a village a little out of town that had rooms where you could stay and we quite fancied this idea and so ...

Rainy Days

A travel blog entry by brandilinasue on Sep 13, 2008

2 comments, 29 photos

... else. I think it's great, but I like small and intimate. The first night it was just the 3 of us, so we stayed up late and played cards. They taught me how to play a game similar to Gin, but of course not Gin... a little different. I am usually pretty good at card games but they were better this time, Sashe won and Marija won when we played the next day. After playing til after11pm we decided to call it a night. Although I don't think ...