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... barbaric in my eating methods as possible. This probably falls into the same category as when I ate a rotisserie chicken with my bare hands when I was living alone in North Carolina ... and I suppose now John knows all of my unladylike secrets and hopefully he won't want to trade me back in for someone more, um, elegant :).
Tomorrow is a morning flight to Istanbul (although not quite so early as my flight to Athens was) and a happy reunion with my parents for a week!
So we headed out to start our journey around Macedonia! First stop would be Popova Kula winery! We packed all of our stuff in the car and drove through a lot of mountains, I didn't realize how mountainous Macedonia is! Everywhere we looked there they were, beautifully huge mountains with trees everywhere we looked. We drove for a few hours and realized we were a little lost so stopped at a hotel/restaurant to ask for help and grab a bit to eat. After a ...
Another day, another experience waiting to be explored. I woke up with a couple pains in my legs and arms from the rope swing yesterday, so I'm feeling a bit tight today. On this yet again beautiful day in Athens I have organised something different that most tourists don’t think of doing on a holiday. I have organised to do some volunteering.
I’ve organised to do some volunteering at Mavrovouni, ...
... walked in but when I saw the spiders on the ceiling that my head was to brush upon I stood peering in from the doorway! what the hell are they doing! hes got a house to a big vat and is from what I can see siphoning clear liquid into the coke bottles! It is home made RAKIA that SInisa wants to bring home! We painfully say by to old Baba who is weeping at the side of our car and off to Skopje! We got home late sat with Baba and Dedo then we went out to dinner at 11 pm!
The bus pulled out of Skopje and I watched the sun finally setting from the window, I could get all symbolic about it and say it was the sun setting on my brief visit to Macedonia but instead I just took a picture of it and listened to some tunes while swigging beer from a 2 litre bottle (only about £1.20 in Macedonia and was fast becoming my new travelling ...