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Today we headed for Serbia and had a long drive and following this long drive we had a quick driving tour of the city and then had an hour and bit to grab some dinner or limb the fortress, a lot of the girls I have been angling out with all wanted to climb the fortress and so I went with a few different people and we grabbed dinner at this pub/sushi place and it didn't look great from the outside but it ...
... its way along the river's edge. We see a few towns, but mostly individual homes that don't seem to pertain to any village in particular. Most of the homes have boats tied up in front of them and some of the homes show damage from the recent flooding.
We arrive in Belgrade shortly after lunch and by 1:30 the bus pasengers have arrived to re-board the boat. We, the boat people, board buses at 1:30 for a tour of ...
... checked out and booked for the next 3 nights, then planned the last few days back here at Villa Petra.
The next days we spent pretending Zemun is our home. We cycled a few times along the riverfront to the mall where we would pick up fixings from the supermarket deli. Not a big selection but I’m after the roasted red bell peppers.
Dave cycled to Belgrade's Tel Aviv Hummus House for a large tub of hummus. That on the best seeded ...
... a military museum [big stretch there].
We moved on to the park outside the fortress to chill a bit and watch life pass by. I am going to exchange less than whatever Zsolt recommends hereafter as not spending nearly the suggested amounts per diem in whatever country. My goal was to find a money exchange [no problem] to turn my excess SD's into euros [done]. Arjan was looking for a wacky T-shirt, something proving more difficult.
I walked with him as far as ...
... us to his parents house, where I would store the bike. His father came out to meet us, and I think Boyan and his father were a bit shocked to see me as the tears were still falling.
I also had voice mails from the hospital in London that they will start the procedure to stop the bleeding. I was helpless, but I knew that Mo would either be there, or would make the right decision on my behalf.
We had a drink of water, and I got changed, ...
friendly reception and fast internet for free
feel like home and get a wine and a rakia bz arriving
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