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Travel Blogs from Ohrid
... to find lunch and explore a bit on our own, we had a guided tour with one of the less nationalistic local guides I’ve encountered so far in the Balkans, a man named Antonio who also owned a restaurant and hostel in town.
The old city of Ohrid is enclosed by a wall, topped by a fortress, and sprawls up and down the hill. To be honest, though, not that many of the buildings in the old town seem truly that old, or at least they’ve been heavily ...
... is unreal - I had a seat at at the front of the bus and it was amazing to see how they just drive and each try to force the other to give way. I'm not sure that this is yet somewhere I'd want to holiday but nonetheless am so glad we've been able to visit and see this emerging country. I hope in the years to come they'll be able to succeed as a tourist destination.
We boarded the bus and set off for the border to Macedonia. I enjoyed the trip watching ...
... The lady behind the window managed enough English to tell us the bus was leaving in 3 minutes. Off we go, pulling the wheeled suitcase and schlepping the North Face backpack. We got a really nasty, bushy eyebrow look from the bus driver. He was backing out of his assigned bus stall with the front door still open. He spotted us double timing for the bus door. He could have closed the door and ignored ...
... stamped out of Georgia, I was instructed to purchase a Turkish visa for $20. This went smoothly and just like that I was in Turkey, the country where I am to meet Courtney. But was still 10 days away. We had a good drive along the coast before arriving in Trabzon a few hours later. At the bus station I walked to a hotel. When I got to the hotel it was full and I asked them where another good cheap one was and the friendly english speaking guy pointed just next door. I got a small ...
This blog is mainly for my own remembering , rather than keeping a journal. I need to document yesterday ( Friday) because it was special in a few ways. A few of us walked along the lakeshore after lunch and visited a small deserted cave chapel, about 10 meters up the rock cliff. There were steps and a railing, but steep. It was all painted, obviously original, but much had been vandalized, faces scratched off, etc. Four of ...
Other places to stay in Ohrid
Braka miladinovi 11, Ohrid | 2 star villafrom $22
Klimentov Universitet n.n., Ohrid | 2 star villafrom $39
Dimce Malenko 10, Ohrid | 2 star villafrom $24
1 Hristo Uzunov Street, Ohrid | Villafrom $31
Kej Marsal Tito br. 68A, Ohrid | 3 star villafrom $47
St. Kosta Abras 29, Ohrid | Villafrom $33
Kej Marhsal Tito 68b, Ohrid | Villafrom $44
Argir Marincev 4, Ohrid | Villafrom $20