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... backdrop. We visited a market that was literally full of random old things like shoe brushes and brooms, then went to a little souvenir shop and bought a few trinkets (no, not shoe brushes). The city doesn’t exactly have a ton of big tourist attractions—our main goal was just to check out and learn a little bit about the culture.
We got cold/hungry, so we went to a restaurant that was recommended by a few of the ...
... complaining, she was quite flat. So I researched on my tablet places that we could go outside the city for a fun day out to cheer her up - and also to cheer me up as I'd received some slightly bad news about work from home that was worrying me.
So that was how I came to read of the Matka Lake and Canyon, only a half hour bus ride out of Skopje and seemingly a place of great natural beauty; so I resolved that we'd go there the next day for an exploration.
... into the Old Bazaar, coming across men leaving the mosque with their prayer mats & another street of men praying. A protest the day before increased the police & army presence & further venture into the bazaar was prohibited.
Lunch in Bocata cafe meant we could people watch & look out at the lightning. A storm was coming but as the rain hadn't started, so we started walking to the fort. The rain came ...
... Daniela said both Macedonia and Greece have airports, highways and roads named after Alexander the Great. Passed the massive US embassy.
Off the bus, Daniela pointed out the world's largest cross at 66m. Entered the hilltop fortress. It was very hot and there was no shade. The carping was increasing. Got a water top up from a spring.
Passed the Mustafa Pasha Mosque en route to the Church of the Holy Saviour. We also saw the intricately carved ...
I ordered chicken with rice, fries, and salad, and sat outside. It was very salty and came to 260Mk ($5) with salad and drink
Then I realized someone is going to come over and ask for money and a few ...