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... but got no bites. This time the excuse was the hooks aren't right, we needed a fly apparently. Even after I tied a feather from the duvet onto the hook and offered to paint it with nail polish - it still wouldn't have been right apparently - but gave it a good shot! Campsite Awesome and the hosts even more so! Temperature update Feels like it is freezing - duvet is back, jerseys are on and I can't find my warm clothing selection... It is actually 19 degrees, what has happened to ...
... backpack? OK. We looked like two tourists, hiking to the bus station.
On the train, Sofia is behind us. Traveling the roads through Bulgaria on our way to Skopje, Macedonia our plans at the end of the five hour ride was to go directly from Skopje the capital, catch another bus and get to the town of Kotor, Montenegro on the Adriatic. We had debated our destination to the end. It was a ...
... and we parted ways. I ate another delicious turkish meal and went to walk it off down by the sea for sunset. I walked the entire length of the boardwalk watching the sun sink behind the mountains.
In the morning after eating a breakfast of eggs, bread and a banana, I took the walk to the bus station, which in Turkey is called otogar. I was soaked in sweat by the time I arrived which is pretty normal after walking for a long time with my two bags on. I fanned myself down ...
... in the house complete with en suite…fantastic find. We headed into town for dinner and found a great local restaurant serving traditional Macedonian food. The waiter spoke fantastic English and was real highlight of the evening. These countries are home to some of the most fantastic, genuine people…amazing. We ended up with a Macedonian salad, feta cheese melted thingy and a traditional Macedonian casserole type thing with veal chicken and ...
... extravagance of the west, or of course any wide acceptance of animal rights. Seems like the signs of a burgeoning young country that's been through a lot, and has a ways to go.
I was sad to leave Macedonia after just four days, but I didn't feel I had enough time or patience to go hiking or looking for monasteries - short of hitchhiking (too time consuming, and it's something I admit I'm still a little uncomfortable about for ...