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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.
... torched villages, forced marches, public beatings, rape - the film went on and on for 90 minutes. Brutality reigned. At the conclusion of the film, two college Lechovo students spoke about their experiences as ambassadors of good faith to Germany during the past year and how two German students came to Lechovo to learn about their country’s horrific conduct. The event was sponsored by the village town council.
And, that’s how my second day in Lechovo ...
... up with is that they are graves of people who have been killed along the roads over the years. To me that seemed a bit too much as the road is full of these items for miles on end but after asking a local chap he told me yes they are graves from people who have died along the way.
Another thing I could not help but notice were small little churches situated at the edge of the road. These little churches can be anything from a few feet square to something like 20ft X 20ft and ...
In this northwestern corner of Greece, the roads approach to within a couple of kilometres of both Albania and the Macedonian Republic, but there is no access to either country. The point at which the three countries meet is in the middle of Lake Prespa Major. The area has the back-of-beyond feeling that always appeals to me.
The main population centre in Greece is the historic but very small village of Agios Germanos. We stayed at the Varmous Hotel ...
... some apple orchards for good measure. We took the M-5 into Bitola.
Stopped in the town for people to spend excess denars. I bought some chili chips , leaving me at the moment with 20 denars. Will bum a loan off of Daniela re the 100 denars to use a camera at the last Macedonian site in the morning.
Daniela left with a guy [brother or paramour?] and Esa drove us out of Bitola, climbing to Pelister NP, the third of the the country's national parks we ...