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... I walked back past the fruit & vegetable market (the Ladies Market), which was still setting up when I'd come past before. I had to get a photo of one of the stalls because for a while I couldn't work out what was on it. I'm still not entirely sure what they were but I think they could have been halves of extremely large hollowed-out squashes that had been lightly grilled on a little grillstand next to the main stall.
Next to the market I bought a 'kashkavalka' ...
... as he liked trekking.
Mary...Scary Mary...she would have to be a two-bagger in the sack just in case the first one broke.
Lea and George were probably common law but had separate rooms.
Lea...U/K as I never got her name early on.
Penny...The Brick Shithouse for her size but the most interesting one to talk to.
Sue...Stern Sue for her general uncertain demeanour.
Janice...Catwoman for her love of felines.
... only a few dozen soldiers who lived and worked the bunker. To keep it secret, Tito allegedly had all the soldiers killed after their work there was done. What?? What REALLY struck me was how our guide spoke of it with such fondness, shocking. Sounds like genocide to me. But like I said before, they all generally seem to miss the former Yugoslav times with Tito at the helm. I'm trying to understand how this culture thinks and operates, but the deeper I get into the history ...
... Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the second largest cathedral on the Balkan Peninsula.
When our tour came to an end, we grabbed lunch at Happy, which was essentially the equivalent of every major US moderately-priced dining establishment rolled into one. Imagine TGIFridays, Moe's, Outback Steakhouse, and a sushi joint all crammed into one building, and you've kinda got the idea.
After lunch, and not having yet reached our history quota for the trip, we ...
This morning we woke up at 6:30 so we could get to the bus station at 7:00 and get bus tickets to Bulgaria before they sold out. We walked up to the ticket counter and the lady let us know that there was only 2 seats left and that she could put us on a list and if someone didn't show up we would be able to get on. So much for getting there an hour early. She said that she would let us know ten minutes before the bus departed so we did our best not to freak out and went to get a ...