Hotel Villa Dislievski
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... gardens are clean save for the mess some late goers left behind.
The biggest dissappointment of the trip has been the mindset behind what is all too often 0900 starts. It is more of a European trip issue than Algeria and Tunisia. The old Explore would get up and go while the market Explore is catering to now doesn't have the initiative to do so. The pace of these trips has been rather slow, the usual number of days aside. To compound matters, this trip ...
... a job easy, and if he could get one in the excavation field. I told her it is very possible that he could find a job, but that I really didnt know so much about it. The sense I got from these 4 people was that they felt going to America was the greatest thing ever and that it will greatly enhance their lives. I dont know whether this is true or not, but I would reckon that it might be a great improvement from where they were currently living. The reason they had to come to Armenia ...
On Sunday we hired a boat for a quick 1 hour trip around the lake. We then travled about 45 mintues out of town to an archeology site called Bay of Bones. They have reconstructed a small village on the site of what may have been a village built on pillings. Pictures to follow when we can transfer to the ...
... has his property. We saw where the wealthiest Macedonian with 50 million euros has a house. Zoran recommended that we stop in a fishing village and have lunch there but we opted to continue on to the Monastery of St Naum.
We went by another spot with holiday picnickers next to an old church of St Mary of the Mind. Somehow there was a miracle that people made it there in a storm and a church was built by bringing all the materials there by ...
The journey from Skopje to Ohrid was just about three hours, which was good because it didn't suck up too much of our day, and was long enough for me to get in plenty of napping. I should have been paying more attention to the gorgeous green-covered mountains lining the highway, I suppose, but I just couldn't keep my eyes open and sleep overtook me.
Since I'd read good things about finding accommodation through the tourist office ...