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But this venue - was huge! These things pop up in ex communist countries. They would never be built nowadays from scratch.
This is how hot it was.
Stephen spotted these storks at a stop we made at a rooftop bar.
We just had to have a drink one of the fancy cafés in the square. I came to an agreement with our waiter - he could practise his English if I could ...
... wasn't out drinking cat's blood or sacrificing goats. He was just a man whose life was filled up with boring details like all of our lives are. He was married. He had kids. He wrote poetry, played the gusle, and loved potato pie. His neighbors all spoke highly of him. Not exactly the narrative for a genocidal maniac, right? At this point two thoughts started bothering me: 1) You can't simply dismiss Karadzic as a monster, and leave it at that. That's ...
... and I shared a taxi into town where everyone else also seemed to be heading.
I wasn't convinced we'd find them as they had left a fair bit before us just saying they were going to the centre. But our driver seemed to have a good idea where everyone would be. There turned out to be one street full of bars but they all seemed to be pretty bloody noisy. There were some empty ones but probably no one liked the idea of going to an ...
... a little apartment. It was quiet and central. When we went back to show him our documents he found out we were living in Turkey. He was very excited because a friend of his was in town currently, also teaches English in Turkey. Out came the brandy.
Dinner was a small home cooking type of restaurant. We felt like we were sitting in someone's living room with six other people. I had my first glass of Serbian wine and was told we had ...
... rooms. We continued on to Kljajcevo to locate the home of my father. We found what we think was his home. It was hard to locate as the street names and numbers have been changed. In my father's day he lived at 49 Neuegasse which translate to new street, the current name of the street is Arsenija Carnojevica. A few german families still live in Kljajicevo.
We then drove back to Novi Sad. Our guide Daniel got a speeding ticket on the way back for going 3km over ...