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... GDP comes from marijuana! The contrast in the towns is incredible - there are mansions and very poor houses side by side, flash cars alongside donkeys and carts or motorized bikes. There are lots of buildings which have been commenced then just left. This is because there isn't yet a fully established system of ownership and so people building are finding it difficult to establishment their ownership and so stop building till they resolve the issue.
... schedule posted on line was not quite conforming to the schedule we found at the bus station. Usually, there were many fewer buses running in the spring. So we both agreed to do Sofia, to Skopje, to Kotor. Until we met Dave.
During our long bus ride, we struck up a conversation with Dave. He’s a 54 year old government worker from Baltimore (food inspection department of the FDA). ...
... finding the treasure. On the bus I met a friendly turkish guy and we hung out everytime the bus stopped. He told me he was on the under 15 soccer team when he was younger. He was moving to a new city to start a new life now and wanted to go learn russian so he could move to Ukraine. He was 30 years old and just ended a 11 year relationship and needed a change of scenery. He bought me drinks and food at two different places and taught me some turkish words. It made the ride even ...
... St Jovan at Kaneo, but not quite at the top of the hill rising above the city. That honor was reserved for the King Samoil Fortress -- the next stop on our walking tour.
The origins of the fortress are a point of debate; some believe that it was built in the 4th century BC by Philip II, the father of Alexander the Great (who is also the source of great controversy in this part of the world). We spent a good deal of time wandering ...
... else imaginable. To carry hay the donkey is adapted to become a kind of giant moving hay stack. Sheaths of corn are also carried in a similar way but they are strapped to the sides then piled up crating a very tall thin load (often at least a couple of times the height of the donkey). The donkeys don't seem to care in the slightest and plod on regardless of what is attached to their backs.
The road continued to amazing and bemuse. There were supposedly two roads ...