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... out dance club with bass beats invading my ears, and an epileptic fit nearing, we proceeded to drink more and dance terribly. Once we had enough, we went outside where we were swarmed by about 7 taxi drivers.
"How much to Republic Square?"
"Not much is not far!"
Not much is just over there,"
One taxi driver quoted, "1000 dinars,"
"Nup we'll walk." We started walking away and one them kept ...
... images were virtually indecipherable, like ancient lost runes. Unlike the Catholic churches we encountered further west which seemed largely populated by tourists, this small church was full of worshippers, each methodically working their way around the icons, genuflecting and kissing each one tenderly before moving to the next. Pausing in the church, we sought our bearings before steeling ourselves for the outside world and heading back out.
We later stumbled ...
20/8/11 There is an art to picking a bed when you arrive in a hostel. 1. First and MOST importantly, avoid a bunk at all costs. You do not want someone coming in drunk at 4am trying to get into the bunk above you, and visa versa, when you come in drunk at 4am, you don't want to have to climb up to the top bunk (I so so so very nearly fell out while taking my ...
... of strange kebab-type thing. We ordered one each, wondering what we’d be getting.
It turned out to be a really tasty meal. Sausages of some kind as well as another meat, probably lamb, all filling a pita bread. And it was so cheap. Satisfied, we headed off towards Belgrade Fortress as dusk began to settle over the city.
Situated high up on a rocky ridge, Belgrade Fortress looks out over the River Danube. It is perhaps most famous because in 1914, the Austrians ...