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... for a campfire and sausage. We collected another large group from the hostel, and headed to the beach. It was a fun evening. The next morning four of us decided to head out to the national park to climb a mountain. We got a taxi to the park, found a trail, and started walking. It went up a lot at first, but then eventually leveled out and we realized that we were not going to have much luck climbing the mountain on that trail. We almost made it into ...
... the hotel.
I don't know what I did but I managed to be a helluva lot further south and west than I should have been. My GPS skills, Dutchie, have not improved.
Back for four huge gulps of iced tea and a shower. Googled sundry items and did the blog so far. Irritating for many museums, etc to be closed from 1400 to 1800.
My grand afternoon plan is attempt three at the one church, have a look at the paper place again, see some minor churches and hopefully ...
... by any rivers by rather by a neighbouring lake on the other side of a mountain (which, by the way is famous for its giant head-sized apples). The water seep deep under the mountain and through limestone and other good clean fun and springs up in the middle of the lake. Ta da! No silt.
The region is also known for its giant killer sweet tomatoes. And they are
enormous. I saw them at the market and didn’t ...
... but I could tell that they were trying their best to make my stay as best it could be. I got a 4 person dorm room on the second floor of a really old Ottoman style house. In my room the only other occupant was a young guy from Germany. He was taking a journey from Germany to Turkey and onward to Iran, Pakistan and India. After settling in, I went to have dinner and smoke some sheeshah with the German guy. We hung out and talked during the evening and had a nice time.
... the atmosphere is nice, the one street lined with shops and cafes almost Western European-like in architecture, and it's not hard to get caught up in the people-watching. I tried a local specialty loosely translated as "cheese in the oven" - a pot of ham, mushrooms, and a blend of two cheeses melted in the oven and served with thin, pizza crust-like bread. Mmm.
There's not too much more in Bitola, it's more of a place to soak up ...