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... is incredible how friendly everyone is—we can't get over it. Then we checked out a few of the hundreds of churches in Ohrid before heading back to the hotel to pack and store our bags.
After checkout, we up to the Car Samoil’s castle, which offered beautiful panorama views of the city and lake. It was possible to walk all the way around the fortress walls, so we spent quite a bit of time enjoying the view. Then ...
... has been allowed to grow near the road, maintenance for same evidently not in the road budget.
At the Bigovski Monastery of St John the Baptist c 1105. Almost everything was new here after a major fire in 2010. Its newness was unsettling. There are 22 monks here. The first monastery on the site dated from 1020. The girls had to wear a skirt if their shorts were above their knees, the Ice Lady complaining hers was too large; could have passed it on to ...
... br> I had spent three relaxing nights in yeravan, and now it was time to head back to Georgia and make my way towards Turkey. I got directions in the morning to the bus station and headed out to find a bus to get me there. At the bus stop I met an older Armenian lady who spoke good english. She was very nice and told me she owned a bed and breakfast that tourists like to go to. She was also heading to the bus station to say goodbye to some tourist friends of hers. She helped me ...
... We arrived in Ohrid by 3:30pm for our local tour guide to take us through Ohrid old town. The old town is protected by UNESCO so any new buildings have to be built in a very particular style using set materials. The old town itself is not big and doesn't have any obvious walls or gates left. Much of the buildings have been changed from their original look which spoiled the old town feel. Compared to other old towns we ...
... theirs. I could have put mine out as well - as opposed to some hotels that frown upon laundry on their balconies.
After an hour of settling in our rooms, we gathered for a town walk. Louise first took us uphill to the fort that had a fantastic view of the lake. This place is definitely picture perfect. Marilynn showed me some of her photos and they are postcard worthy. So we shot the lake and pieces of the fort from ...