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Travel Blogs from Belgrade
... have turned around when we heard I Just Called to Say I Love You playing on traditional Serbian instruments. Oh well, it was food.
Before leaving Belgrade we stopped off at the supermarket to do one of our new favourite activities - look for local snack food to throw into the backpacks. Here we found mojito chocolate pasties and digestive biscuits. Then we bought toothpaste with fluoride. Not bad for our first stop. Off to the train ...
... br> Elegant cake and coffees shops everywhere, which would have had many sitting at the outdoor tables, had the weather been fine, nevertheless, we went inside and had a lovely strawberry mille fueille and coffee amidst the trendy Belgrade set. The one thing that spoiled it, was that in these parts of the world, smoking is still allowed indoors and in cafes. I guess we will get used to it.
... southeast to the outdoor displays of tanks, torpedoes, and other weaponry that are part of the Military Museum. Mom and I excited the fortress via Stambol Gate, the main gate built by the Turks in 1750. We then walked through the park surrounding the fortress, which includes several souvenir vendors. At one kiosk, I bought a set of hyperinflationary bills issued in Yugoslavia in 1993, when notes were issued in denominations of up to 500 billion dinar! It is ...
So I left Belgrade because I had to make it to Sofia, so I
could catch a flight to Cyprus. Sofia was boring. I spent pretty much the
entire day trying to find a place to withdraw some of the local currency, as
well as being yelled at in Bulgarian by old ladies who were angry at me for not
being able to pay to use the bathroom. It is common in Eastern Europe to have
to pay for the toilet, and I felt as though my human rights were being abused.
While I ...
... into how serious the Serbians appear to take their sports.
After this we went back to our hostel to get ready for the evening, as it was
Friday night, and some partying was in order.
We had beers drinks with some other travellers and shared
stories, then ventured down to Una’s where the Serbian half of the group were
having a smoke. We of course we a little bit merry at that stage, and were
greeted with a subdued reception. We left at ...