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This morning once we finally got up, when we were getting ready one of the guys in our dorm said he would meet us downstairs for a drink once we were ready, walk down and he is drinking rakija! Ugh..the last thing I want after we have just woke up.. we had to join him though so had a whiskey and coke and a vodka and coke. Today we wanted to look around the city so Stoli (a Serbian guy who is living at the hostel for awhile) offered to come with us and show us around a bit. We ...
... as one of my credit cards expires today. Everywhere I kept asking said they wont take Forints which is odd since it is a border country.
I tried an atm to withdraw on my card but it didn't give any cash so i'm not sure what happened. I tried asking in a bank but she said I have to use the atm. Eventually I found one that did work so ...
... that the nightlife in Belgrade doesn't even begin until after 1am. I figured this out after two night of going out around 10pm and thinking that Belgrade is rather tame. So, I had a plan to come back, nap, and wake up in order to hit the hot splav...and because I'm old and boring now I never woke up!! lol
Well, my last day in Belgrade I had a night flight to Sarajevo, so I rented a bike and pedaled my way to the Zemun quay ...
... I'm there. waw.
The ride to Belgrade was smooth, and I realised that the road that I was thinking about last night, was not the right or only route out of the mountains into Belgrade, so maybe I could've travelled during the night and caught the 6 am flight, but according to a call I had with Sabine, it was a danger that we could do without at this time.
Just outside Belgrade, Boyan was waiting for us on the main road in his car, ...
... of an epic journey in their own way. One of the more interesting ones I met was a couple from Holland. They were biking from Syria all the way back to Rotterdam over a course of 5 months. It was funny because the whole night, the couple was rarely together. I think after 2 and a half months of biking so far together, the optimized any opportunity of talking with others. The girl was telling me that this trip was one of the hardest ...