What’s this blog, then?
This blog’s about our life on the open road.
Who are we? Adrian and Ellie and a big red campervan.
Where are we? We’re on the road. Somewhere. Or will be, soon.
Where are we going? Ask us tomorrow or the next day.
Where have we been, and what have we done? That’s what this blog’s about.
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- Art & Culture stuff (94)
- By Country – Albania (12)
- By Country – Belgium (1)
- By Country – Bosnia (7)
- By Country – Croatia (22)
- By Country – Czech Republic (4)
- By Country – France (18)
- By Country – Germany (1)
- By Country – Hungary (4)
- By Country – Italy (33)
- By Country – Macedonia (8)
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- By Country – Romania (15)
- By Country – Serbia (5)
- By Country – Slovakia (1)
- By Country – Slovenia (5)
- By Country – Spain (13)
- By Country – Tunisia (28)
- By Country – UK (13)
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- Food stuff (63)
- Officialdom stuff (8)
- Personal stuff (84)
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- Travel stuff (141)
- Uncategorized (6)
- Van stuff (40)
- Wildlife stuff (34)
Category Archives: By Country – Macedonia
Another chapter of the trip closes … we have been zigzagging our way around the countries of Former Yugoslavia since April. There’s only one country we didn’t get to and not everyone agrees that it is a country – Kosovo. … Continue reading
Our short tour around Macedonia almost over, we headed south from Tetovo towards Lake Ohrid, to cross back to Albania. The route took us through the Mavrovo National Park, meaning that, whilst we’d not spent much time in the country, … Continue reading
From Skopje we turned west again towards the city of Tetovo. Tetovo lies at the foot of the mountains that mark the border with Kosovo, and it is also part of a majority ethnic Albanian region within Macedonia. We had … Continue reading
Bitola wasn’t really all that great as a destination – there were some good views of the city from the mountains of the national park, and the old bazaar and market area was quite pleasant for a quick wander through, … Continue reading
We left Ohrid via the internet café, which luckily wasn’t affected by the powercut that seemed to be blacking out most of the town. The day had dawned sunny, but clouds were rolling in. Our first foray was to Sveti … Continue reading
As we drove around the northern edge of Lake Ohrid from the border crossing we felt less than inspired. It was overcast, threatening to rain, and any campsites we could see not only looked closed but terminally so. As we … Continue reading
As we did for the entry to Tunisia, we’ll be giving a handy how-we-did (promising nothing as generic as a “how-to”) for the borders we encounter. This post will be updated after each one – hopefully, with good news of … Continue reading