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Travel Blogs from Ohrid
... We had a bit of a rest – my feet were protesting then got changed and headed down to our included dinner at 7pm. Forgot the photos again but it was a nice buffet with chicken schnitzel and pork and stuffed vine leaves and stuffed bell peppers.
After dinner we walked down to the lakes edge with Cheryl and Ian – another few hundred steps! We came back up to the terrace and enjoyed a nightcap with them and Jillian and Tahnee before heading up to ...
... but you start to become aware of it as an entity unto itself. More so than just a harbour, maybe because the water is right on the doorstep, maybe because everyone is constantly interacting with it – walking on the promenade, boating, fishing, sitting by it drinking coffee, peeking out the hotel windows at it. The water changes from glassy mirror to choppy tantrum. Apparently it does throw a hissy fit now and again but ...
... and walked for about 2.5 hours back to the city. I stopped off to eat some iskender Kebab and to rest my feet for the remainder of my adventure. I slowly walked back to my hotel in the old city, and rested the rest of the night after a very fulfilling journey.
The day had finally come, and it was time to head to Istanbul, which is my final destination to where I am going to meet Courtney. I have been on the road now for 4 months and this was the city I was always looking ...
... were at the night before for breakfast Sinisa had traditional Macedonian soup called Chorba. Its salty salty beef soup you get with dry bread and this small bowl of what looks like watered down milk but its actually garlic and oil you add it to the soup- was not my favorite so I just had a coffee! While we were there some old babas came in sat down and started drinking beer! It was so crazy they were all in black and ordering massive beers in the ...
... for you to flush the basin with. The conditions these people live in is quite sad. Our guide told us that while some of the houses look quite nice on the outside they have nothing inside and are very dirty. There are no lawns or flower gardens around the houses as they use every bit of land growing vegetables and fruit which they can sell to get money. The men here are very hard working ...
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
Argir Marincev 4, Ohrid | Villafrom $20
Kej Marhsal Tito 68b, Ohrid | Villafrom $44