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... another fire that evening and roast smores. Sadly we could not find marshmallows anywhere. We wandered through at least five grocery stores before we finally gave up. I guess marshmallows are a North American thing. We just hung out in the hostel that evening, I think we were all too tired to do much else. I really love the city of Ohrid, and Macedonia as well. I think this is a place that I would love to come back to! It has culture like Southeast Asia ...
... that was going to start so strike that one off. I was content to get back to put on the swimmers for a dip in the lake.
The water was a bit cool but the sun was still fierce. Paddled around a moored boat and out to chill thereafter, working on a savage tan for but minutes before back to the room. Blog up to date. Time for a shower and off to the Icon Gallery for a look.
My timing was off in more ways than one. I left at 1740. Most of the restaurants ...
... square has been finessed. The statue, the surrounding buildings, the lamp posts, even the mobile roasted chestnut sellers have fancy carts. Combined with the huge pillared buildings on the parental foundation side – holocaust and archaeological museum – I’m feeling very much like a citizen of ancient Rome. Dwarfed.
It’s kind of nice.
(Driving out of Skopya I did notice a plain old public building – perhaps a library or ...
... hostel. The sandwiches they served at the place were called Tantuni and they were some great steak like treats. I devoured two of those for lunch and headed back to hang at the hostel. That night I took a walk down Istiklal and sampled some turkish icecream. I read for most of the remainder of the evening sticking mainly to myself.
The next day which was September 1st, I relaxed for the first part of the day and then went on a walk down to the river and to the bridge ...
... had bought a bunch of CDs, Spanish Reggae and my favorite Disco! We now listen to them singing and dancing in our seats where ever we go and its one of the best moments of my trip with him goofing around laughing singing and seeing all the amazing views!
First stop! Back to Bitola to see where Philip the Barbarian was born and the old ancient ruins they have uncovered in Herklea. It was so neat not as big as some of the ruins I ...