Villa St. Sofija
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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Set the alarm to hopefully wake up before the winery opened. On the trip back from the toilet I noticed the gate opened and the welcome sign out - damm! Back to the van I noticed a lay standing outside the main doors so I rushed back to grab some money and dragged Owen with to hopefully purchase some wine as a thanks. The lady was really lovely and said it was no problem at all, offered me a tasting - which I for the first time ever had to turn down - it was only 8.15 ...
... I had had enough. I walked slowly back to the hostel.
It was time to go to Turkey. I went to the money exchange and got mostly Turkish Lira for my Georgian Lari. I could immediately tell the quality of the buses were much better in Turkey by what I saw at the bus station. I easily found a bus that was going to a city called Trabzon, which is one of the main cities along the Black Sea in Turkey. The border was only about 15 minutes away from Batumi and we arrived quickly. ...
... petrol stations.
After lunch we tackled Tirana, Albania's biggest city. We basically had to get straight through the middle of it and it was mental. Road rules do not apply and to get anywhere to have to basically push in. thank goodness we had bit of Italian driving experience to put us in good stead. The Albanian map we had was not the most helpful so after accosting a few locals for help we finally found our way out of the city! Its worth noting that ...
... foundations, and best of all, the floor mosaics are amazingly well-preserved. Well, discovered as well-preserved, at least. I think they need to put some barriers and pathways up, since other visitors were trodding all over the whole thing...
My final stop in Macedonia was Ohrid, probably the only place in Macedonia you could call "touristy". Most of the crowd is Macedonian, although there's some Albanians (despite the fact that ...