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... stations about every 50 metres in the towns - I've never seen anything like it and beside every petrol station is a Lavazh - or car wash. This is one way in which people can try to make a living easily since the country has plenty of water. In most families, one family member works in another country - its difficult to earn a decent wage in Albania so they head across the border in search of better paying work and many of them bring back second hand cars. ...
... travels took him to Lake Ohrid and he raved about it. So without too much hesitation, we changed our flight plan before arriving at Skopje. Dave even recommended a hotel situated in old town that served unbelievable breakfasts. We were sold!
Arriving at the Skopje, Macedonia bus station, we said "thanks and goodbye" to Dave and found the window to buy our tickets to Lake Ohrid instead ...
... hanging out with him. After 12 hours I made it to the capital of Ankara. I found a taxi to take me to hotel suna. I got my own room with two comfy beds and wifi in the room. It was already 1am so I hung out and made it to sleep at around 4am.
I didnt wake up the next day until 1pm. I went out and ate some more tasty turkish food, and hung out in my room the entire day. I only left again to go eat dinner, which was amazing. So far I am loving the turkish cuisine. I ...
... to give chase and after about 500 meters he caught us in the middle of a busy intersection. We proceeded to pull over and he asked us if we needed somewhere to stay! Fantastic timing! The cheapest hotel was 40 euro a night but on enquiring about private rooms we were offered a room for 20 euros including garage for our bikes! SOLD! We proceeded to follow him through town and to the residence of a great guy who offered us schnapps on arrival. We scored the ...
... extravagance of the west, or of course any wide acceptance of animal rights. Seems like the signs of a burgeoning young country that's been through a lot, and has a ways to go.
I was sad to leave Macedonia after just four days, but I didn't feel I had enough time or patience to go hiking or looking for monasteries - short of hitchhiking (too time consuming, and it's something I admit I'm still a little uncomfortable about for ...