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Today I was going to do a day trip in Macedonia to the town of Tetovo which is rich in Turkish heritage. I made my way to the bus station and got a ticket for 120Mk ($2.40). The bus shortly left as they run every half hour.
The journey should only take about an hour and we started to see signs for Tetovo. As we came into town he stopped ...
... fortress without eating first so looked for a burger place. They were cheap starting at 1.50eu ($1.80) so I got a cheeseburger for 1.80eu ($2.15) which was much wider then a McDonalds burger.
Now I was energized I started my climb up to the fortress. Halfway up you pass the Serb church which again is ...
... fun, that's my aim, simple! I don't need plans, I don't need to prepare, I don't need to compete with other travellers about how many countries I've seen or even how long I've been travelling. My style is simple, what happens, happens and I'm very happy with that, but now I think I'm to laid back to travel with a lot of people, any sort of stress it's just going to waste my time. I just didn't realise how much this type to thinking would ...
... as if I was their best buddy, with them beckoning me to come along with them for awhile. At first I hesitated, but it was obvious that they were being friendly, so I obliged.
They introduced themselves as Fation (from a town in Albania, but working in Prizren) and Omer (from Prizren) - but it took a lot of effort for us to even communicate this far, as their English was quite limited. Another Kosovar family passing by noticed me hanging out ...
... flashing lights of the boats. With walkways down from the banks of the river and the fašade covered in panels and lights, I felt we were entering more of a spaceship than a boat.
It was huge and completely packed, with some fairly commercial music but danceable all the same. For the first hour we all danced in a huge group, all happy that we’d made it to Belgrade to spend a night in good company, on a boat.
The next day was understandably slow, a complete ...