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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... case and when it was eventually discovered – not sure where – was missing a wheel and had a large hole in one corner – a brand new case! Anyway by dinner the missing wheel had also been discovered and the hotel were going to attempt to fix it overnight so will be interesting to see if they’ve been successful.
Our room was simple and basic but had a lovely little balcony overlooking the lake with a nice breeze blowing through the ...
... I couldn’t even squish the wrapped parcel to get an idea of what I was getting. I love surprises.
So the first thing I did in the morning was open the curtains. It was like a mirror. Quiet and mysterious – cos I couldn’t see the other side. Not quite as mind shattering as I was expecting but the longer you are in Ohrid the better it gets. Not only do you see the different sides to the ...
... another hour until I reached the entrance to the caves. The views from the mountaintop were pretty and looking down on the old Ottoman town was quite the site. I walked up the stairs into the caves, and bought my entrance ticket. I walked around inside the caves for about 40 minutes or so. They were really cool. They even played some tranquil Karunesh like music inside the caves that gave you a relaxed amience while you walked around. When I got my fair share of spelunking, I ...
... me thinking again about how much I had wanted to visit Albania, and it remained in the back of my mind for the remainder of the night.
Alex was beat after a series of long buses and no sleep, so we left him after dinner and did a little souvenir shopping before heading home for the night. As we walked, I kept thinking about Albania and we started discussing the possibility of re-adding it to our itinerary. We considered what we could cut out ...
... was that it was seemingly impossible to get tomato sauce that was edible. The pasta itself was shockingly bad and would turn to a starchy soup virtually instantaneously but this was often the case in poorer countries where they only sell the cheapest brands. What was really odd is the universal ability to make any form of tomato sauce so salty that it was virtually impossible to eat. I also discovered the same thing with local olives which seem to be bathed in the most salty ...