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... small demonstration outside the archaeological museum and the heavy police presence seemed quite intimidating
To get away so they didn't fuss about my camera was a large Ministry building with nice architecture. The inner courtyard actually ...
We left our Ohrid hotel to head for a stopover in Skopje. Skopje is the capital of Macedonia and is increasingly turning into a modernised city. Not much of the old town is visible. There is widespread poverty and unemployment in Macedonia. Skopje isn't doing that much better as the capital. If you were just exploring the city on your own, you may be led to think from all the huge buildings being constructed that there is plenty of money. The locals aren't very happy about all the ...
... went by fast, especially since I was too worried about time to get out my glasses to read the map and so I had to keep asking people which direction to go to see the house recommended in the guide book - Lyukov's House - that I never did find. I took a photo - or tried to - of an elderly man driving his donkey and cart. I may have seen several men or just seen him several times. I loved all the old stonework and would have loved to ...
... worked apparently. Nikolay, the local fellow virologist who is our main contact here, met us at our hotel. (This, after I literally melted my $200 hair iron due to the plug adapter...you'd think after all the traveling that we do that this wouldn't happen to us - think again! And since I cannot live without this accessory, I'm quite distraught!! This means my hair will look terrible for all the pictures from our vacation. Ugh.) Anyhow, we walked through part ...
... to Paris where he's been living for the last eight years. He was heading my way so we walked as far as the Lion Hotel which was really only a few minutes walk from the station. Even in the area close to the station, which is never a good first impression for any city, the streets were lined with trees and the traffic was orderly and nowhere near as chaotic as Istanbul or Beirut. Also - everyone stops at the street corner and waits for the light to turn green before ...
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