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We pulled into the bus station at about 5am. We were told that we wouldn't arrive Skopje until 7am,.....so when everyone else departed the bus,.....Kris and I stayed on. We had finally dozed off, and didn't know that we were already in Skopje. All of a sudden the driver banged in my window and yelled, "Skojpe!". I glanced …
... One is a chef with his father and according to his friend, had one of the best restaurants in Macedonia. His family also has a restaurant in Vegas. I kidded that the buildings here kind of look like that but I'm not sure he understood me. If he did, he wasn't offended. The wife of the other guy works for the US embassy. We drove by it a couple times on the way in and out of town, and it is seriously the biggest embassy I've ever seen. I've seen a ton ...
... my "business card" and managed to lower the "fixed rate" Matty our captain stated. 4 sailors headed into the river with our white caps until we made it up the stairs, turned on the generator and headed down the cave inhabiting 2000 bats and beautifully water carved wall. Matty explained that this cave continues 200 meters underwater, and 400 meters wide. Our touring wasn't over, and Alexander drove us up to a beautiful lookout of Skopje before spontaneously, ...
I had a really nice day in Skopje. It was raining first thing this morning, but I didn't let that deter me. I left Pansion Bianco and went to their sister hotel in the city center to have breakfast. It was probably the most complete breakfast I’ve had in a month. It was a cheese omelet (with cheddar and feta), bread, salad, and juice. I decided to first explore the Turkish part of the city and just walked around for ...
... of 2,000 years of Christianity in Macedonia and basically acts as a big exclamation mark addressing the fact that Macedonians are predominantly Christian.
To get to the top to admire the views, means taking a bus almost to the top, then a cable car for the final 1.6 kilometres of the journey. Some people choose to run or ride this entire journey, but they clearly have issues... As we approached the cable car we noticed that everyone was wearing winter jackets, ...