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... green apple trees. On several occasions, I thought 'just one more corner', hoping to see a cross on high of the two churches or a minaret re the one mosque. There was barbed wire for one stretch, a reminder of past days. The presence of 'beware of dog' signs, gates and pointed fences meant some people had possessions they wanted to protect. Turned at a 'troica' sign, first missing another before backtracking. It was interesting to watch the process to apply concrete. It was slapped ...
... as well. Ridiculously sweet.
And of course there’s wine. Oh, shame.
And if you get tired of the fresh fruit and vegetables you can always sit by the lake with a coffee and a piece of the local dessert (and totally fruit/vegetable free) Ohrid cake. Guilty
layers of chocolate and caramel. Someone really needs to organise a dessert tour of the Balkans. I may have to start doing some more indepth research into ...
... while the sun set on my first evening in the ancient city of Sultans. After I had enough of chatting, I headed out into the city. My hostel was very closed to the most popular street in Turkey called Istiklal. It is a large bourbon street eske street, with endless bars, clubs, restaurants, and shops. There is nothing but energy on this street and there are thousands of people walking up and down. It looked like a sea of people when you looked ahead down the road. I took in ...
By the time we walked back to the old Bazaar we were EXHAUSTED! We stopped for lunch at a pizzeria and I finally had my AMAZING Macedonian pizza and it was delicious!!! While we were sitting there we ended up chatting with some woen at the next table who were from Chile and the US, they were missionaries! All of a sudden I kept thinking to myself don’t say “oh my god” I don’t know why but when I get around god people ...
... have to get money somehow. In the middle of the town in one garden, which was about the size of our BBQ area, we saw kiwifruit growing and it had a great crop on it. The restaurants and shops have to make enough money over the summer period to last the whole year as everything virtually closes in the winter months, even the churches. The tourists do not come to these parts in the winter. Some ...