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This was our first class field trip. I may or may not have stayed up way too late the night before and with the trip starting at 0730, it's pretty clear that I don't really remember much of the bus ride out there but it was a short ride. This field trip was out to Duga, which are one of the ruin sites to the Roman empire. ...
... to the cell phone store. A majority of the group purchased cell phones. To buy a phone, you are looking at spending 37 Dinar (rate of exchange is 1 USD = 1.5 TDR) and 10 TDR for the sim card. When you buy the SIM card, you get like 5 dinar worth of credit which apparently will get you a good ways. After having one last welcome party that the host families were invited to, we were allowed to leave with our families. On our ...
... go inside the building they need to have some association with the government and must have an appointment for months in advance. After about 30 minutes, the group had stopped to pray, in which time we were able to sneak out of the building safely.
After the embassy, we went to our hotel. This place was AMAZING. It was right on the beach and my roommates and I had a lovely view of it from the balcony right outside our ...
... that Bulgarians all think Macedonians are really just Bulgarians anyway and since its such a small country it may as well just quit being so stubborn and become part of Bulgaria. Its probably something along the lines as asking a Canadian if they're a state yet. Macedonia's other neighbors are Albania and Kosovo but the Kosovars are pretty much all ethnically Albanian these days so they count for the same in the mind of a Macedonian which is to say, ...
... Here we go. He doesn't seem threatening so I decide to play the game. "can I practice my English with you? Come, let's go inside." He invites me into his little shop. It is filled with souvenirs and big bottles of scent essences. "Do you like Tunis?" he asks. I nod. "yes, the people are quite friendly." He writes down a couple of things to see in the medina in French and Arabic and then asks me my name. I tell him, and he writes it in Arabic. "Now," he says. "Would you like to look ...