Beli Grad Youth Hostel
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... at our hostel with the party Serbs. Tina, the hostel owner and her husband were super nice to us and even gave us a Christmas gift of rakija. We kind of get extra respect for the travel we're doing at our age and for staying at the occasional hostels. After a few drinks, Tina's husband mentioned how hard it was for everyone during the Milosevic years. Cops would beat him and their friends up for being out on the street and then ...
... pass attempt was as efficient as possible, using every possible inch of the road to get us around the car in front, without killing everybody on board.
I'm not a religious man, but incidents like this sometimes make me question that stance - there had to have been a lot of divine intervention today, as I thought we would surely die on about a dozen different instances during the drive. But maybe there really is a God, and maybe our driver really is Vinnie ...
... why the trains have to go so so slow, even down to 10 or 15 km/h in some areas!! We endeavour to go and check them out to see for ourselves the state of them..
When the train finally arrived about an hour and a half late he was kind enough to show us the direction to our hostel and gave us his number if we wanted to catch up with him for a beer during our time in Belgrade :)
Walked a short distance to our hostel then up so so ...
I still needed food so went to a pizza place for 80D (.95 cents). I also finally found someone who would exchange my 4000 Forint ($20) and gave me 1200D ($14.50)
The map said there was a Bezistan which is a Turkish name for covered bazaar. I know Sarajevo had ...
... seen since the floods. A good sign.
Thank You, DHL
When we noticed the package had been picked up for delivery, we ended our riverside lunch and headed to Villa Petra to await it. When we got there, Slovinska greeted us with big smile and handed us our long awaited package. We sat in the courtyard and excitedly glanced over the last 1247 km (our calculation was 1000 km) to the Black Sea.
The book cautioned people against ...