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... was with some early morning returns to the hostel.
In the morning we were up and packed but needed to get some cash for our stay and transfer, Brendon set out to grab some which proved harder than expected and when finally the transfer and check out arrived was in a bit of a fluster. It may have been here that the Gopro was lost???
All loaded up though we were on the road and off towards Budapest, our hidden treasure chest.
The only bad thing was that the first shuttle that was available was at 6pm. I spent the day in the hostel just chilling with Tobias and Suzanne. They were in no hurry to go out in the rain either. By the time the shuttle picked up everyone in Sarajevo and we started to drive out of the city, it was 7pm, and then it ended up being a seven hour drive. There were six of us on the ride and unfortunately it was dark for almost the entire ...
... of interesting sculptures. One was a statue of Nikola Tesla that was being used as a fundraiser for the Tesla Museum that is opening in New York. The other is a pyramid with the four directions. Zoran says this is a new sculpture and it is a mystery to be solved because no one seems to know what it means or why it is significant. I suppose someone does. They really should enlighten everyone ...
My flight from Montenegro went via Belgrade where I spent a couple of hours in the international airport. It was a whole different currency and I didn't have wifi so I had no idea how much I paid for a salad sandwich, the most disgusting espresso coffee shot or the Cosmo magazine I bought to help the time go faster. I flew with an airline I had never heard of before. The first plane only had 25 rows of 4 seats. It was small by Jet Star standards but the ...
... river, more than a thousand years ago. There are much of the 10 foot thick rock walls still standing. This fort was used by the Serbs against the Turks and the Turks, during their 150 occupation as a base in their fighting against other countries, including Austria. The site for the fort was well chosen. We have a great view of the river, including our ship which is waiting for us.
Back on the ship we have ...