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... and the heater didn't help. The food was good, but it wasn't so fun being cold all during dinner.
Back at Hostel 42, we got some good advice on a local celebration taking place around the corner. Each Orthodox Christmas eve eve (2 nights before the Orthodox Christmas), neighborhoods and villages all have a bonfire and drink Rakija and eat fish to celebrate. We put it on our list. On our way in, I saw guys prepping a really large ...
... into an adrenaline rush as we entered a 7D (yes you read it correctly, seven different dimensions for a film!) theatre. After been tickled by spiders, and surviving the roller coaster we were put on, we headed back to Anja Hotel on the banks of the Vardar river, overlooking the entire museum of statued Skopje.
After 3 Rackies (Macedonian Arak) and an entertaining outdoor ball-dancing party outside a mall we hit the sack, and even Ashley fell ...
- Long drive from Tirane to Sofia via Scopje.
- In Tito's reign he kept Yugoslavia together by good and bad means. Unofficial statement from Trumen about Tito is that "Tito was a son of a ***** but he was our son of a *****"
- 1963 earthquake destroyed 80% of Skopje. They went ape **** with monuments in the rebuild .
- Crazy man crossing the road dangerously reminded ...
... and said "babe we dont have to have them right away" wait what?? Really?? oh, sighhhh, ok then!
Its interesting because every once in a while I learn more of the traditions they have in Macedonia when we arrived sinisa had to place money around the baby for good fortune.
The food was great and we had such a fun night! and the barbecue was so exciting and different for me! he actually made it on the ground! I thought they had an ...
... back when making statues was a national past time, these are new ones that have been created to look old. As you walk around the centre of the city, you see huge statues of Macedonian Gods, pregnant mothers and other famous Macedonians (none who I knew nor know what they were famous for). These statues would not have looked out of place in any museum depicting the 8th or 9th Century and would have vied for attention with all the other great ...