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... bit once we approached the Macedonian border. We took pictures like maniacs while everyone else slept and the driver watched us though the rear-view mirror, laughing the whole time.
Right before the border, we stopped for a bathroom break. Unfortunately, the bathroom was very reminiscent of the dirtier bathrooms in Ethiopia, so we decided to wait. Crossing the border was completely effortless. The two immigration officers ...
... a weaving loom and one or two souvenirs. As I needed a sit-down after lugging my rucksack around for so long, we sat in Aristotle Square and drank a rather expensive coffee and hot chocolate, but it was a great place to sip drinks and watch the world go by.
Then we shouldered our burdens once more and went a different way to the railway station, which resulted in us temporarily getting lost and making it the the railway station ten minutes before ...
The red tiled roofs could be almost anywhere in Europe. Every isolated home has a garden. I need a cold compress as my eyes feel heavy from a series of poor sleeps. A sore neck isn't helping matters.
Corn was the prevalent crop as we descended. Not many roads in northeastern Macedonia. Only one door on this bus will make me move around the vehicle. By 0910, we were off on a sideroad for Kratova. The town's roots date from Philip of Macedon, its ...
... font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">This is a city that loves its sculptures! They are everywhere. I was walking by a store along the square and, bam, a statue of two women shopping. Under the Stone Bridge is a statue of a woman diving into water. The sculptures just kind of pop up out of nowhere, and in the most random places.
... her life.
There were some pictures from her youth and family which I'd never seen before. Next door is a new Orthodox Church under construction. I still hadnt seen many orthodox churches in Macedonia
Then I made my ...