Travel Blogs from Skopje
... few days. I EVEN took a NAP, and for those of you who know me well you know how strange it is that I take naps. After charging batteries I woke up in a much better mood (around 7pm). In the public area of the hostel I met an Israeli guy, Josh. He was cooking a vegetable soup that smelled delicious, and as he cooked much more than he could eat, he invited me to have some. We engaged in very interesting conversations: he is a social worker in Israel working ...
... and a lot of it is a bold face lie! Fact, this is unlike anything I have experienced! However we have an opportunity to take a shower everyday which I am thankful for, and I can honestly say makes that much more of a difference. I can't say we are actually embracing the suck because we get showers, and that is a game changer. I'm sure you can tell by my photos that the living experience is slightly different than what many of you (and I) could imagine.
... views in every single second you are on the trail, so we wasn't disappointed in the slightest but maybe it's worth another visit in a few years time when all the city is completed anyway, so I'll be back!
At the end of the trail most of the group met up again for a celebration beer at the worlds slowest restaurant at the start of the trail before we headed back to Skopje. Lake Matka is 1 hour by public bus from Skopje city and the buses only run every ...
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... to work in Germany - an unsuccessful battle given that he doesn't speak German fluently. Apparently this isn't an uncommon thing for Macedonians. There are a ton of casinos in Skopje alone - walking around and driving around, it felt like there was one on every other street. According to our driver, many people spend all their time there, damaging their living situation further when they don't have jobs in the first place. I later found out that ...