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... with her food, there was no rice, so she left a note on the table and walked out. The waiter complained that was not the right amount. I wondered if she was allowed to behave like that in the UK after eating her meal and why she thought she could behave like that as a tourist?
... There was a large area where a number of people could comfortably sit under shade. Third church was Monastery of St Bogorodica. This monastery had five resident monks (none of which made any home brew). The fresco paintings in this church were water damaged due to a leaky roof. However they did have a famous painting displayed which was said to have shed tears in 1974. All in all a good ...
... br> We headed back to the shore and I walked bank to where we were meant to meet the bus. I then realised that I never got a return time :/
A family who has been on the bus earlier said it has just left and wound be back in an hour. So I headed up and had lunch. Kebab, schopa salad and bread. Warm, seemly fresh, bread with a salty topping. Yummy!
About an hour and a half later the bus showed up and off we went back to town. Another day in Skopje ...
... a third guy worked in San Francisco. I congratulated them for living in 2 our our best cities.
We ended up talking for a couple of hours and learned a lot - too much to mention here. Suffice it to say that we had a blast. Deanne participated in a couple Macedonian dances around the fire and we heard a bit more about these buildings. They're all 5 years old or younger. The Gov't here is on a building frenzy. But the guy told me "These ...
... took us to the entrance of the gondola heading to the highest point around Skopje. Not a Freebee, but for 3$ of course we went up, only to wait 30 minutes on the top for some unexplained reason. Cheers governor was not the most successful lacking alcohol, yet a group of Israelis led by a Macedonian Jew entertained me and Alexander for the duration of the wait.
Vira was looking for us. I gave her my card so she could contact us if she wanted to join us for ...