Villa St. Sofija
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... Managed to fake our way through the 'green card' request by showering him with insurance papers. He also mentioned it was very rare to see people from NZ... Awesome! Welcome to Macedonia! From the start things looked a lot better on this side, houses nicer and roads were definitely less pot holey. There only issue it seamed was rubbish disposal... Which it appeared anywhere would do, especially road side. Dump after dump on the side of the road almost ruined the ...
... Ankara. I walked back to the bus station, and found a ticket booth. The friendly sales guys sold me a ticket for the next day. With that out of the way, I walked back to the hotel. While I was in the common room looking at my phone, I met a guy from Malaysia. He was traveling with two of his friends also from Malaysia. He asked me if I was going to a place called Sumela. I had heard of it and had thought about going, but didnt really know how to get there. He said he was going now, ...
... any western place with a bit of style to look. The barman spoke perfect English and when we asked for food he told us they had none! This was soon rectified, thee guys in the bar called a local pizza shop and within 10 mins had a pizza delivered to us in the bar we sat down with a beer and enjoyed lunch. It was amazing to have such lovely people, willing to go out of their way to help when all you have driven through is places full of unfinished buildings, ...
... 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 ...