Travel Blogs from Ohrid
... the internet was to usually walk around looking for an internet cafe unless the hostels had computers to use. Now a days, all I gotta do is ask for the wifi password and use either my smart phone or laptop to connect. Its not unusual now to see a bunch of backpackers sitting around in a common room and noone is actually talking to each other. Everyone is either staring at a laptop or phone, myself included. There is still of course plenty of backpacker interaction, its just not ...
... as i arrived at the bus station at 5am , hung out there waiting for a respectable time and finished my book. After walking into town a very unhelpful tourist info place eventually showed my were the hostel was on the map, which took me a while of wandering around old cobbled streets to find. But the owner was welcoming told me to help myself to some breakfast and Tea which was most welcome.
... reciprocrate in his language (or any of the other ones he speaks better - Albanian and Turkish. They have to learn a lot of languages in school! On multiple occasions when he wasn't certain, he called his girlfriend, who spoke better English and also computer access to Google Translate! Aww.
Antonio lives in Prilep (another more notable city in Macedonia), and works in the biggest industry in the area - in one of the many tobacco ...
... 15! It's a very popular and well-known holiday destination that nobody I know has never heard of. The whole place is very picturesque and must be a lot of fun in summer, and the zillion churches, with dramatic settings or designs or both, draw tons of visitors and folks who like to ask plastic dolls of dead people to do stuff for them.
The old part of town is on a steep hill, ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet