Conversation Between Стрелок and Monkey King

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  1. 1. I would say it's relatively cheap. At least in my country a 300km bus ride costs around 15 euro and a 300km train ride is approximately 8-9 euro. The other countries may be more expensive.
    2. I don't know, it's gonna be different for you I guess. I can travel in the EU using only my ID card. I've also never been in Macedonia or Serbia, so unfortunately I can't help you with that.
    3. Of the capitals in Eastern Europe I've only been in Sofia and Bucharest. I can't tell you if one is more dangerous than the other - it depends on the neighbourhood, the hour etc. But you as a foreigner should be especially careful.
  2. Aight, some questions for now (I'll have a lot more at later dates most likely). How cheap would you say traveling around the area in buses and trains is. Euro amounts are fine to give. Are there any really tough border crossings? Like does Serbia get in your face if you come from Macedonia? How dangerous would you say each capital is compared to others?
  3. I visited Thessaloniki a few years ago btw. Okay, see you tomorrow.
  4. Well haha, I still have to decide some of that. Bulgaria will be covered though. My base place that I'm staying is with my girlfriend's family in Greece (thessaloniki). Look forward to continuing the convo tomorrow.
  5. I was born in the Balkans and I lived there for 19 years. If you have any questions I will be glad to help (tomorrow, since I am going to sleep now). What do you plan to do there? Which countries do you want to visit?
  6. Oh very much, good eye XD.
    Actually, I'm going to visit the Balkans this summer. Any nuggets of experience for there would be cool. Christ I may even be using it as basis for a career make or break thesis assignment, so like yeah.
  7. I saw you are interested in Eastern Europe. If you want I can answer your questions, since I tend to know some things about the area, mainly from experience.
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