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... countries, but this one is truly a citadel and it's huge. It's on top of a huge hill right next to the real (old) citadel in town. That sends a strong message, huh?
On another Rakija run, we started talking to some younger guys who had done work/travel programs in the states. It's popular here and a great way to hone the English skills. Our hostel host worked in Massachusetts. This guy worked in Long Island at a water park and stayed in ...
... took us to the entrance of the gondola heading to the highest point around Skopje. Not a Freebee, but for 3$ of course we went up, only to wait 30 minutes on the top for some unexplained reason. Cheers governor was not the most successful lacking alcohol, yet a group of Israelis led by a Macedonian Jew entertained me and Alexander for the duration of the wait.
Vira was looking for us. I gave her my card so she could contact us if she wanted to join us for ...
... checking out the little shops and markets. I was surprised to see how many wedding dress shops there were. I never saw that many in Turkey, but for some reason in the Turkish quarter of Skopje, they loved them.
From there I headed up to Kale Fortress. It’s an old fort in the north side of the city across the river. It wasn’t quite as good as I was hoping. There is no information at all, so I have ...
... didnt come here, nor could I see any buses driving in this area. I might have to go back to some downtown street trying to flag down the bus
The station looked deserted but a saw a counter. I asked for the Skopje and she wrote down it was departing in 5 mins so I said yes and got a ticket for 120Mk ($1.30) same as the ticket to get here.
The bus came and ...
... of Josef Tito because he promoted the idea of a separate Macedonian state and he sent a lot of money this way. I even went to a restaurant that was a Tito shrine.
And now, for the second time since World War II, Skopje is refashioning itself. The first makeover was after a devastating 6.9 earthquake in 1963 that knocked down 80% of the buildings and made about 200,000 people homeless. Thus, the city has very ...