Travel Blogs from Ohrid
Monday, 12 May. Another early morning wake up and time to leave Sofia, Bulgaria. First stop was the small buffet set up in our hotel. No coffee means no heart start. (I'll really be glad to get back to my giant mug of Peet’s coffee at home.)
Caffeine ration consumed, our hearts pumping, checkout complete, we headed to the bus station - on foot. The station is only four city blocks from ...
... asked him if I could go with them. He said of course. I grabbed quickly ran up to my room and grabbed some money and met them outside. He was traveling with two other girls. I followed them as they looked for a minibus to take us the 46km away to the monastery in the mountains. We couldnt find a bus that was going there so we arranged a taxi. The four of us took the taxi to the monastery and explored it for about an hour. It was an interesting place that was built around the ...
... people waiting on the side of the road for whatever reason and…you guessed it…petrol stations. Finally we approached the boarder to Macedonia where we were stopped and asked to produce our passports, rego papers and green card (mandatory insurance for the country) we did not have the green card but expected to get it at the border, like in Montenegro, we were then informed that it was going to cost us 100 euro for both bikes! We had a quick pow-wow ...
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