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... twenty minutes up the very pretty canyon to the cave. The river was still and quiet with little fog clouds scattered over some places. It was all very pretty and picturesque. Once there, we waited while the driver went down the back and fired up the generator for the lights inside before heading into the now lit cave. The cave wasn't too amazing, but maybe it was, we're just not really cavey people and have seen quite a few now from the adventures in Asia. However it is ...
... euro – all funded from taxpayer money! But the project has resulted in a huge number of wonderful statues and monuments all over the central part of the city.
This city was the home of Alexander the Great and also Mother Theresa so you can’t get two much bigger names than that. Once we started walking it started raining a bit and I thought I was going to have to don one of our disposable ponchos – in fact Craig did. But I ...
... grab a few jumpers as the weather had turned to freezing! Take two of the city centre - we stopped for lunch on the way in then continued on to see their major attraction the stone bridge which wasn't as impressive as it was made out to be but still interesting so we wandered across, saw the Macedonian square and looked around the shops whilst trying to find the holocaust memorial centre. We eventually found it but it was closed after the fella at the hostel said it would ...
... was now open for prayers so I got some photos inside. Then I was trying to figure out where to get the bus. The guy who was Turkish and visiting from Germany wanted to keep asking people. I said I can just walk to the where the bus terminal was supposed to be on the map as I didnt want to trouble him more
Heading to the terminal I was worried as both the ...
... artists form painters to singers.... it is called the artists bridge. both of these bridges were not done last year when we were here I wonder what it is going to look like next year! The big fountain in the centre was beautiful as always the lights changing color and the water flowing with the music is something you cant look away from. We met up with Jovan and his new girlfriend and went to Pivofest! This time it was in the old fortress (Sinisa ...