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... looks like it goes for quite a way and besides a wide footpath there's also a bike track and more impressively, there's even a proper running track made of the sort of material you'd see on an athletics oval.
The conference might be over but I still had a conference moment as I ran into my mate the professor again as I finished my jog. He was off to check out the fortress but I had a chance to ask a few questions that I ...
... and Serbian at uni). The pay was superb and they paid for his accommodation but I think he's enough of a real polyglot that just sitting in Russia was too much of a restriction.
He's now in Budapest teaching (and adding Hungarian of course) but he did mention that there's a possibility of teaching on the internet in which case you can travel anywhere and still work... and as he said, as it's teaching over the internet, all you need ...
... to have your traditional ramparts.
The conference centre is actually closer than I thought, and pretty easy to find as it's behind the cathedral which sticks out pretty well. A Korean and a Czech (or is he Slovak?) having a chat though I think their only common language is, heaven forbid, English.
Yeah, I'm there too. Everyone here has some foreign language they speak pretty bloody well. Well, a few in ...
... they sent me away
I tried asking a driver who couldn't speak english then a taxi driver. At first I thought he said the terminal was 3km away but he meant 300m when he pointed to a red building other side of the road. Then he wanted to now if I was Syrian? Excuse me, can you not interview me when I'm standing in the rain.
Day 44 - Novi Sad - 60 miles
Long, straight ride. Again, flying along. Take pics of me prancing around in sunflower fields. Eat lunch in a ditch while listening to my old fav songs from 6 or 7 years ago. Sometimes wonder where all the people are in Serbia, so much land set aside for farming. Even Kula nd Vrbas, the biggest towns I pass, hardly seem bustling.....Legs feel great. Serbs loving me. Beeping horns, running onto street to shout and ...