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... the Church of St Sophia  to see the 11th c frescoes. A Japanese gal was not only going to take a photo when I stopped her but also hadn't even paid the entry fee. When one considers the frescoes are about a millenium old, those around the apse especailly are in rather remarkable condition. The half dome section of the cupola was striiking with Mary and Jesus with the bold blues and the soft greens. The frescoes must have been awe inspiring centuries ago to the ...
... But the house she was born in is Macedonia. Apparently there is some talk about bulldozing it to build a shopping mall but that’s probably just the media getting bored.
There’s not much of the house left (especially as 80% of Macedonia was razed to the ground by an earthquake in the 70s – which explains how they had so much public open space to make their Roman style plaza) but the stones that were there have been re-laid and then ...
... felt so good to have a traveling companion to share everything with. We held each other during the entire bus ride until we arrived in Taksim. We walked hand in hand to the hostel and waited for about an hour until our room was ready. I have never wanted a room to be ready more than this room, due to the fact that we have been away from each other for so long. While we waited we talked with an American couple whom I had met back in Safranbolou. I could barely focus on the ...
Got up and said goodbye to baba she walked us out to the car and cried as we left. It was so sad, I was like Sinisa hurry up, shes breaking my heart!!!! Lets get out of here!!! And off we went.
It was so lovely to see his grandma and meet her she was very interesting as all babas are "coca cola has drugs in it!" I was laughing so hard when Sinisa told me rolling his eyes. Its so funny how everyone is with their grandparents and ...
... it, bare with farms, some mountains, donkeys and people at work and people selling things. There are also a lot of stray dogs around the towns which makes a difference to the usual abundance of stray cats around the Balkan region. At about 9am I hoped off at a town near the border of Albania and Macedonia, and from here managed to get a ‘taxi’ (I say this ...