- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> Repast will be dates and peanuts. Worked on an anacrostic while the first battery charged. On completion, went for a walk as far as the St Clement statue, its import of little concern to the average lakeside goer. There was some lightning over the lake. Lights could be seen across the lake.
Back to the hotel. Picked up the wifi code. Nearly completed the anacrostic but too tired. A diary blog bereft of pix uploaded and bed by 2230.
... and we parted ways. I ate another delicious turkish meal and went to walk it off down by the sea for sunset. I walked the entire length of the boardwalk watching the sun sink behind the mountains.
In the morning after eating a breakfast of eggs, bread and a banana, I took the walk to the bus station, which in Turkey is called otogar. I was soaked in sweat by the time I arrived which is pretty normal after walking for a long time with my two bags on. I fanned myself down ...
... to for out for the insurance as neither of us wanted to ride back through Albania to Greece! With green cards in hand and a bit of smooth talking we finally got our passports stamped and were allowed into Macedonia. What a difference it was. There were fences for stock, finished buildings and a sense of order and pride about the place. Amazing how over such a short distance there can be such an immediate change in the countryside. After riding for a short ...
... it wouldn't have been possible as I can't rent a car. And I definitely could've stayed longer at Ohrid - that lake is just too relaxing! And I could've headed to Albania (just down the road), but I wouldn't have had enough time to do it justice.
But there'll definitely be a next time! I'm already happy to have returned to the Balkans for a second time on this trip, and I'll definitely be back to fill in the gaps and revisit ...
... know what this guy is going to do.....The odds of Dave ******* on this this lady or helping her were about 50/50. Long story short...the lady was so happy about Dave, she invited us into her house where she proceeded to make us coffee and feed us shots of Rakia (local spirits). With the help of Taz's Polish we were able to translate most of what they said. An hour ...