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... a chalk board outside with three set menus. We ordered a Menu 1 and a Menu 2. The price was 390 dinars or $4.10 US. He brought out a 'salata' of shredded cabbage, a bowl of soup for me and a bread basket and James looks at me and says, "I think we're going to need more food," not realizing there was more on the way. After three days in New York City, some coleslaw and broth is about what you get for 4 bucks each. The whole reason we are on this trip is because we were ...
... enough time
to allow people on and off, the driver seemingly with a death wish for him, us,
and the rest of the city.
We arrived at our destination which was an artificial
lake with an artificial beach. We bought some beers from a local bar and got to
know each other. At this stage the group had reformed, and we were introduced
to the 3 other couch surfers, who were students from Austria. Matija had joined
us again, and there were several of ...
... a volunteer to come up and hold their hand above the coil, I was the first one in our group to do it and it didn’t really hurt, it was just unexpected or dare I say, shocking!
Beyond our trip to the Tesla museum, we did a lot of walking and discovering around Belgrade. It is quite a large city with a lot of hidden history. Because Belgrade is at a very strategic location in Europe with two large and important rivers, the Sava and the Danube joining together ...
... bus 47, 48, or 59. We found bus 48 and took it two stops past the Maxi Plus shopping market, but we ended up in the middle of nowhere suburbs of Belgrade. There was an old woman on the bus who really wanted to help us, but there was a huge language barrier and we could only understand about a third of what she was trying to tell us. Eventually, a man walked past, he spoke English, and he interpreted for us to help us find the street we needed.
... two up until recently. It was possible to take a train from Belgrade or Sarajevo to anywhere in Europe, just not the the other country. So it was a huge symbolic gesture when this train journey finally re-opened after a decade or more of talks followed the latest war.
So we boarded the train, sat and slept and ate and slept and admired the view, and slept.... and ten hours later finally arrived in Sarajevo.