Today I finally got a chance to grab a proper computer, connect to a proper network and finally solve all my pending tasks - and I can't tell you how happy I am that I finally got back in to civilization lol. Yes, I was literally living 5 days without electricity, hot water, in a godforsaken mountain with an old guy and a little girl. How did I end up there? Well, I'm currently in Macedonia focusing on a new project. I'm located in a small city where I had trouble in finding an apartment for myself and a proper office for my project. I found a cheap apartment and a proper office, but both things needed to be renovated and I could not move in to them before the work was finished. So I had around 6 days of nothing to do except to wait. I did not want to spend money on a hotel or anything similar, so a friend suggested me that I should go and visit his grandpa who is living in the mountains, together with his little granddaughter who is spending her summer days there. He was like "Srdjan, you are working to much, you are used to the new technology and you should spend some time in nature, my granddad is a cool guy, living like a nomad, you should visit him and spend some time there". Well, I did not expect a REAL nomad life, but when I got there, I knew that he was not kidding. 150 goats, where each of them has it's own name and responds to it No electricity, no computers, no hot water, no television, nothing - just a bed for me together with a shared toilet and a wood stove. The old man has a big garden with a lot of vegetables and fruits, he makes his own bread, has goat cheese, milk and salted goat meat. The first three days went really good, I enjoyed every minute of it. Eating great cheese, enjoying the weather and overall experiencing a new thing in my life. The vegetables and fruits added a whole new taste experience to me since they were naturally grown. But the last two days were a hell - the old man and his little granddaughter don't have anything in life except thinking about the goats, playing with the goats and enjoying the mountain air. Which is cool for a few days, but after those days you are just tired of smelling like a goat the whole day, you miss a nice hot bath, that great cheese which you are constantly eating the last few days is not as good as the first day, and overall you just want to go home. And not only that, I knew that a mess is waiting for me back at home since I did not have that tool with which I work daily - internet. So after those first few days passed the only thing which I did was grabbing GPRS signals to accept and solve some urgent mails. So did I enjoy my time there? Yeah, I did, it's a good thing to experience that type of life for a few days, but everything above five days is just to much for people who are not making their money with goats and who enjoy the modern life. I got some pictures on my phone which I will upload later, the goats and the whole house look really old school, you will not believe me that I was sleeping there actually Now I gotta go, still have unanswered mails, pm's and a bunch of skype conversations, apology to all those who waited so long!