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... It also has 5th century mosaics outside and the original 4th century church foundations. Interestingly, we saw and took pictures of these mosaics, some of which included the swastika. It was an excellent discussion with the kids about images and symbols, and how they can originally stand for something profoundly good (in this case, “rebirth”) but come to represent something so horrific that there original meaning is forever altered.
We then stopped to look at ...
... at 1345. Found DJ Pizza on the parallel street inland. I tried to find a monastery but failed. I did see further blocks inland what ATM machines the locals used, bikes they would use and cafes they would frequent. There are no nice gardens nor benches. It is life in Orhid removed from the scope of UNESCO.
Triedt to find a church I could see on the slope. Instead I found part of the city walls. Took a break in the shade at 1445 before heading to ...
... an old classic rock theme to it, with pictures and memories of old bands like The Beatles, Queen, Ray Charles, Janis Joplin and many more. The wifi password was even Abbey Road. It had cable tv with english channels and a nice couch. I posted up at the couch for the remainder of the evening, skyping and taking in some animal planet and tlc, along with a dash of some music videos. I slept in a 10 bed dorm on a very skinny top bunk. In my room, I met two friendly guys from Iran who ...
... seemed to enjoy that too, and the monastery staff all wandered over in to hear us too. Interesting that no one had a problem with us singing secular songs, we were only asked not to wear short shorts. Then our party began. Julie and I decided to have a bottle of wine and were joined by others, we had dinner after awhile, then danced and sang again. The circle dances all around the tables in the patio section of ...
... so I rent a taxi together with a nice couple Tomas and Daniza, he Spaniard from Alicante and she Makedonian who met in Spain during an Erasmus stage.
We spent the day together walking along Krusevo hill and had lunch in a little restaurant before going back to Bitola by aboard a crowded and slow bus via Prilep (high mountain and fortress).
In Bitola I stayed at a private pension just out of the center, for the cost of 13 euro.