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... it comes to grilled meats. And grilled mushrooms. We were all impressed.
Still, things were pretty quiet by the time we left.
As usual I was lost heading home. But it felt safe enough to stop some young blokes in the street and ask for directions, something I wouldn't recommend doing in Hobart at this hour of the morning.
And here's the twenty-four hour bakery on my street corner. It looks very ...
... little muddy path by the river's edge became smaller and more overgrown, so we clambered up to the proper path above and were soon past the dam and at the hotel and restaurant beside the 14th century St Andreus church, where all the proper trekking paths start.
There was a map of several trails that you could follow, but as the weather was looking a little ominous and some fo the paths were high-level, I opted to follow the 6km (each way) path following ...
... off by the National Theatre.
I went walkabout with no particular plans other than wanting to traipse through the streets of the Turkish sector at some point.
First up was the Church of St Dimitrijn, the town's cathedral in pre-Ottoman times. It was typically dark. A different feature was a spiral staircase for the iman's use. Money had been left on various icons, the local official coming by to put it in the donation boxes or some other place.
... clothing from various eras. On the hill behind the town was the 11th century Kaljaja Fortress which we could see but didn't visit. After Pizren we crossed the border into Macedonia to visit Skopje. On Sat, 5/10, another sunny day, we took a walking tour through the Old Bazaar filled with shops, coffee shops and restaurants. We went into an old Hamam (bath) which is now an art museum, then up the hill to Kale Fortress dating back to ...
... at 11:30 a.m. We also transferred from the large bus into a dolmus, which nobody explained to me until I was the last one on the bigger bus, wondering where people were. Thankfully, a Turkish woman told me.
Of course it was the wrong Hotel Aleksandar Palace. Ended up at this super bougie ...