I checked the course and schedule,
I had a day more to spare, so I did my work delayed today and looked around the Scopes.
And I have to take measures for shoes that have just begun to deteriorate. I can repair them or buy new shoes.
1. The capital, Scope, with a population of 440,000, reconstructed the city because of a large earthquake about 50 years ago.
2. The city center of Scope. The blue dot is my quarters.
For overview of Scopes, I will introduce the articles and photos of a travel blogger.
3. The street view from the quarters.
4. Old castle view from the quarters.
5. The reconstructed main buildings from the quarters.
6. I am walking out the hotel and taking pictures.
8. Rebuilt spaces are excellent.
10. A skating rink in the square.
11. Bardar river flows through the city.
13. Numerous statues in the square.
16. Buildings are good.
18. The inner side of old building.
19. A restaurant.
21. Village of Bazar.
24. Guide map of Bazar village.
30. I cross the Bardar river.
31. Even though it flows through the city, water is clear.
32. I find a shoe repairing shop, but no service.
34. I was going to the Matka Valley, a nearby attraction, but the bus time schedule was not right, so I decided to give up and go to the shoe store.
37. It’s a Northface product, but the right heel is worn out. This gives me a feeling of foot trouble.
This is the fifth shoes that the shoe has been replaced by a distance of about 1,000 kilometers.
38. The Swedish brand Salomon product is right for my foot.
The price is expensive, about 170,000 won.
39. I will take the old shoes to Korea and leave them to a seasoned old man in front of Suwon Station, so I can walk 200 to 300 km more.
40. I’m glad to have new shoes on. I can see this statue.
41. It is a city of statues. Some criticizes it, but they have their own identity. The bridge of the background also comes into view.
43. I am ready to walk for six days from tomorrow and cross the Bulgarian border.