- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sunglasses off a dude in the street, Jamie bought an phone charger, and we had the biggest gyro/pita thing you’ve ever seen for our lunch. It was from this local takewaway windor next to the restaurant we had been going to and smelled good everytime we went past so vowed to try one before we left. It cost like £1.5 for two, and they had heaps of chicken and chips and salad and spices. Top notch, and a good last meal for Macedonia. We didn't do too much more but ...
... told us - Life is pretty tough for many of the people coming out the communist regime and trying to find out where they sit in the new world - particularly those just about to or already retired. I guess made us realise how fortunate we are to have been born in democratic countries and to now live in what my ex father in law referred to as "God's own country". Might be a slightly stretched claim but certainly our life in Australia is a very ...
... putting the straps back on
The driver started fussing that I should do it in Sofia but I just continued and he closed the cargo hold and left me with my bags outside. I put the straps back and the bags in the hold
They dont even do this at airports. I just have one more land border into Turkey where they can be just as rough so I hope nothing ...
... of the "fans" there that game because the other 75% was at the soccer game that was playing at the same time. Macedonians are very proud of being Macedonian! When there was a pause in the game we went outside and bought some snacks which made absolutely no sense to me why we were allowed to buy seeds and corn kernels but could not have gum or a pack of smokes! Before the end of the game Sinisa said ok Lindsey lets go.. ummm what? The game ...
... of Albanians in many countries in Western Europe, and they have a considerably presence in east Montenegro (Ulqin), Kosovo, and Macedonia, as well as in Greece. Albania became the country #41 in my list on Monday afternoon, when I crossed the border with Montenegro close to Ulcinj. I couldn't find good bus timings to leave Ulcinj, so I decided to hitchhike and find someone to bing me a bit closer to Sofia, Bulgaria. Standing in the highway, a car with plates from ...