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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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A full day in Skopje. First thing is to rendezvous with the others. I've now realised that I completely misunderstood my host's directions yesterday. He was right, turn left and walk straight and it takes you right past this interesting modern style Orthodox Church right to their hotel. The fortress in the distance and that magnificent building on the left is the town water supply. ...
... tomato, and grated local soft cheese. It's delicious. We ordered potatoes with cheese which actually when it came out was just fried chips with the same grated cheese on. So turns out that chips and cheese isn't just a Scottish thing? Anyway with a sprinkle of table vinegar they were the best thing ever. Those two things were our entrée, which was followed by... you guessed it - meat. Sausage and all kinds of cuts. But all very delicious - off to a good start ...
... lines for Jess to be walked into the church by her father. On entry the 3 priests began beautiful harmonized singing & until the actual marriage ceremony were out of sight of the congregation. The whole service was sung apart from the vows. It was solemn, elegant & beautiful. The hands of the bride & groom were bound together with cloths after their vows, they took holy communion with bread made in a round loaf& the wine was in a red& gold ...
Back to an early start this morning with a 7.30am departure. First hiccup of the day was that Ian couldn't find his camera – after rethinking his movements from yesterday he was fairly certain it must be on the bus but couldn’t check that till the bus arrived. However before it arrived he had another look (not a boy one this time!) in his backpack and there it was right at the bottom.
Breakfast was probably the most ordinary ...
... passports matched the number on the bus. (Very relaxed). We had a quick break in no mans land before entering the Macedonian boarder where a passport security officer came on board and collected our passports and checked we looked like the right person before stamping them and letting us in the country. A few more hours driving through mountainous landscapes and through tunnels literally carved out we arrived in Skopje. A short walk to our hostel where we checked in and ...