Jovanovic Guest House
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... of constructing them was a drain on Albania's resources, diverting them away from more pressing needs, such as dealing with the country's housing shortage and poor roads.The bunkers were abandoned following the collapse of communism in 1990. Most are now derelict, though some have been reused for a variety of purposes including ...
... out drinks during the ride as well. I did find some movies to watch that I listened to in Turkish that kept me entertained enough, and I even found a turkish movie that had enlgish subtitles. Strangely enough it was a movie about the Sumela Monastery. A guy found out there was a treasure there and he wanted to find it in order to marry a girl who was very rich. He couldnt marry her unless he had a lot of money. It was a silly movie and in the end he ended up marrying the girl ...
... 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 ...
... days contemplating the underside of the bunked above me. When I finely emerged the owner of the hostel was surprised to find that I had already been staying with them three nights.Jackie was my saviour and went out and about to find me bits and bobs for getting well. I felt very luck to have her looking after me. Thank you Sweet Heart.
Well the water was fresh, ...
June 20th - Not the best start to the day after only having about 5 hours sleep and getting up at about 6am, but I managed to sleep most of the way on the bus as we wound our way South towards Lake Ohrid, a lake that is 2/3 Macedonian and 1/3 Albanian.
After hotel check-in Kirk and I wandered down towards the lakeside to see the beautiful clear water surrounded by green hills. Despite being harassed by a man trying to sell boat trips who popped ...