by Dual Income No Kids on November 19, 2006 · 0 comments

Pomegranates for 10 Denar! or 25 cents!

I’d been craving the fabulous fruit as winter set in, but I just couldn’t get myself to pay a couple of dollars for one. I’m glad I held out, as now I’ve got a plentiful supply for about a quarter a piece!

Macedonia’s tiny capital of Skopje is home to not only a Byzantine fortress from 600 BC, but still has an active market that is more reminiscent of Africa or Thailand than Europe.

I’d guess that I could buy more fresh fruits and vegetables than I could eat in a week for less than $10! I was having difficulty resisting the honey and olive oil. Not sure if I want to carry them to Africa and back. I did fall for a big bag of dried fruit and nuts for under a $1.

I think I’m headed back to gorge on more pomegranates!

Enjoy your Sunday!


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