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... talented buskers along the way. One guy is playing the trumpet in one hand, an accordion in the other and plating the cymbals with his feet, and he was playing some great music.
There was a troop of drummers marching along the board walk and would have had 100 peolpe following them. They were very good as well. Tomorrow i leave for Belgrade, Serbia
... Did I mention it's raining! We manage to top up the Internet package after a short wait, mobile shops are always very busy here in Greece. We had decided to buy a second SIM card to use in the net book, so we walked into the rest of the town to track down another network. We found the WIND shop, Greece's cheapest Internet, but not brilliant coverage, according to our guide book. We joined the queue and a Canadian speaking ...
... s nice. A little about the city: it is the second largest city in Greece and is considered to be one of the younger, "hippest" cities. It is also located in Macedonia which just makes me think back to my acting warm ups... "Seven thousand Macedonians in full battle array!" While here we decided to try to fit in everything we could. So let me take you through the day! We started by checking out of our hotel, luckily leaving our bags there, and ...
... very minimal English. Both exhausted we laid down and catch up on the news about the missing plane as it's the first place with English tv, not the easiest trying to decipher Greek news. Before we knew it we woke up at 11, showered and felt fresh as a daisy after two horrible nights sleep! We walked back to the train station to book our bus tickets to Macedonia which was easy then wandered around town looking for somewhere for lunch, we managed to ...
... be a group of men in suits exiting the rooms, and in the early hours of the morning, the hostess would rigorously clean them. These men all arrived after sundown in shiny expensive cars. All the hair salons and jewelry stores in town would only open after dinner. Of course our conclusion was that the women were being prettied up, with new shiny things and fur coats, for their departure to a new husband somewhere in Russia, and we were lucky enough to ...