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Ohrid is famous for pearl jewellery- the pearls have a special coating made of fish scales, and are very beautiful . Filigree jewellery is also made - silver threads made into chains, bracelets, boxes. We visited St Sophia church built from 1036-1056. It is in the Macedonian Byzantine style- stone and an interior of beautiful frescoes. The Ottoman occupation saw the walls whitewashed as no images were allowed & since WW2 there has ...
... about Albania/Macedonia was the people are extremely hospitable. When our taxi dropped us off in the centre of Ohrid, we had no idea where are hotel was located. A very friendly man came up to us and asked us if we needed help – he quickly said he knew where our hotel was and that he would walk us there. As we walked along the street, we passed another hotel, at which point he told us that he owned this one; not once did he try and get us ...
... mosques. This one was only maybe about 200 years old and some of the other ones are around 1500 years old. We made it to the new mosque during the call to prayer and it was a really great scene. Since Courtney's dad is from Saudi Arabia and was a Muslim, she has a very strong connection to the Islam faith. She however is not Muslim, but still feels very intertwined with her dad's beliefs, heritage, and background. We walked around the gloriously decorated mosque and watched the ...
... med våra nya vänner från Istanbul.
Ulla fick ett par nya däck i Istanbul och vi åkte vidare via Grekland till Makedonien där vi nu slapparett par dagar i Ohrid, dykning och trekking bland bergen väntar.
Ok, hej då!
We left Africa and flew from Dar es Salaam with motorcycle and all to Istanbul in Turkey. Anton's ...
... pastime. The weather thankfully eased off a bit an hour or so later and I braved the damp to quickly see what the town had to offer.
Lake Ohrid is an undeniably beautiful area. The town of Ohrid itself is also quite pretty, but in a touristy, obscure kind of sense. The old town in which I wandered was a maze of narrow alleys and winding stone steps. Despite the title 'old town', the houses didn't actually seem all that ancient to me. Some buildings ...