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Travel Blogs from Ohrid
... We had a bit of a rest – my feet were protesting then got changed and headed down to our included dinner at 7pm. Forgot the photos again but it was a nice buffet with chicken schnitzel and pork and stuffed vine leaves and stuffed bell peppers.
After dinner we walked down to the lakes edge with Cheryl and Ian – another few hundred steps! We came back up to the terrace and enjoyed a nightcap with them and Jillian and Tahnee before heading up to ...
... but you start to become aware of it as an entity unto itself. More so than just a harbour, maybe because the water is right on the doorstep, maybe because everyone is constantly interacting with it – walking on the promenade, boating, fishing, sitting by it drinking coffee, peeking out the hotel windows at it. The water changes from glassy mirror to choppy tantrum. Apparently it does throw a hissy fit now and again but ...
... and walked for about 2.5 hours back to the city. I stopped off to eat some iskender Kebab and to rest my feet for the remainder of my adventure. I slowly walked back to my hotel in the old city, and rested the rest of the night after a very fulfilling journey.
The day had finally come, and it was time to head to Istanbul, which is my final destination to where I am going to meet Courtney. I have been on the road now for 4 months and this was the city I was always looking ...
... exterior part was nice. We ran into the Japanese guy again! It was weird like an Asian wheres waldo! He had had a tough morning culdnt get out of bed till 1pm after our fun night out!!! We then walked down down the dangerous slippery steps and dirt to another church St. Jovan Kaneo and it was on the side of the mountain with a beautiful view of the lake! Gorgeous really I could have thrown myself off the cliff into that beautiful water!!!
We spent the rest of the afternoon sunning on the shores of Lake Ohrid, one of the oldest and deepest lakes in Europe. By the time we arrived, the beach was beyond crowded, but we carved out a spot for our towels, laid down and did some reading, daring only to wade in up to our knees (like I said, it's a deep lake = chilly!). As the sun began its descent, we walked back up to St Jovan at Kaneo to appreciate the sky's changing ...