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... front of the famous clock tower. You might notice that the hands of the clock are reversed in terms of length. Well, it's not obvious. But the time is a quarter past one and not five past three. Wikipedia tells me that this is so that fishermen on the Danube could more easily tell the time.
Ah, this was great to see. An absolutely superb spot for a beer. Great weather and a great view. It couldn't be ...
... teacher. No such problem in Serbia.
I look pretty pleased with myself here. And I suppose I was. Besides the beer I discovered they had quite an interesting menu. Here I had ordered a selection of appetisers.
Looks like horseradish, tastes like wasabi. You can buy horseradish in Australia but it's mixed with something to dilute it. I suspect this was ...
... to go to work is... a t-shirt.
Back a the conference centre they finished up with some speeches and a group photo. A bit of mingling and some good-byes of course. And promises to add a new language for the next one of these.
Here we all are. I'm there somewhere.
I did end up having tea with a few of the others. Not my ideal venue but they were making allowances for the ...
... doesn't stand a chance. Party time is approaching, as we drive to Novi Sad, home of Europe's top ranked festival "EXIT", at the Peterovo Fortress. Battling some major queues, we finally get inside the Fortress, which is absolutely crowded, with the festival attracting some 200,000 people annually. Pushing our way to the main stage to see Pet Shop Boys, followed by Disclosure, Drum and Bass and DubFX provided our main entertainment for the ...
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