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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... forms of transport and as we got out into the countryside the people moving their animals around looking for suitable grazing.
Our two border crossings went very smoothly today – both exiting Albania and entering Macedonia. We then had about an hour's drive into the town of Ohrid. The countryside was fairly ordinary on our drive into Ohrid and it was a real surprise to find such a beautiful city which sits by the side of Lake Ohrid – a ...
... he took pity and stopped. Our two suitcases went into the luggage pod and we settled into our seats. Four hours later, we pulled into the bus depot in beautiful Lake Ohrid.
The first thing we usually do when we arrive at the bus station is check when the bus to our next destination is leaving. This is when Rome2Rio screwed us up...the next bus to Kotor, Montenegro (our next destination) ...
... kicking back mostly in my hotel room. I headed for the subway and took two different trains to the bus station. It was as short three hour ride to Safranbolou on a very nice bus as usual in Turkey. Safranbolou is an old Ottoman style city, with very old architecture and traditional buildings and homes. I chose to stay at this city, because it looked laid back and a good example of old turkish lifestyle. Also it was perched in between some mountains in a serene setting. At the ...
After idling there for a bit, we walked on to the next major stop: St Kliment. We were greeted and then surrounded by a mass of middle or high school kids on a chorus trip (no singing was involved at the church as they were there merely to sightsee for the day). The church was beautiful, but it just looked so perfect that I suspect (though have failed to check) that it's been (at least largely) rebuilt recently. It was further up the ...
... sticking their heads out the window shouting "hello, how are you?" (the only English words they knew). After a while I was getting peckish so I decided to stop at a small shop, there was one minibus parked outside, which some guys were trying to load with very heavy looking sacks. The passengers were all staring at my bike outside so I told them I was English and how far I had been etc etc When I got back on the road I soon caught up with this minibus (it was pretty crammed full, due ...