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... compartment, they wanted to know what he had bought in Greece, and why he was going to Skopje, and went through his luggage very carefully.
Eventually we were on our way again, and a journey which takes less than three hours by car took five hours by train - but we arrived in Skopje at last. Our first impressions of Skopje were of a lot of traffic, big roads and huge, brightly lit public buildings. It took us about half an hour to walk to the hostel, ...
... 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 ...
... with my 24H rule and a seat in the General Assembly at the UN. No wonder, Fuschia Butt, Scotland wants to seek independence, allowing me another country.
The girls were all taking a bus back as I went to the Mother Teresa house. While it had some old familial pix, the place had a bit of a name dropping feel re JP II, the Reagans and Princess Di. The chance to see a copy of what a Nobel Prize winner receives, however, was good.
It was about 1640 when I started ...
... Bridge, which is really just a bridge. You can see all of the major monuments on either side, lined up. It's an easy city to visit. It looks pretty in the evening when everything is lit up. The architecture is heavily influenced by Western Europe. I think it's because the Ottomans didn't do much with Skopje until the 19th C, by which time they were westernized.
... whose inside was very old with the artwork almost turned black and barely visible.
When I reached the gate it ...