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I can confirm today that Sharie was right, I have an ear infection which means I'll need to organise getting some more Antibiotics for my ear now, Sharie suggests ear drops so hopefully they work. As we are travelling today to Belgrade in Serbia I'll need to wait until we get these before I can get some, that's going to be at least 5 hours or so. …
... and forth between keeping my eyes closed and catching quick glimpses as not to draw too much attention to myself (I learned that trick from Officer Ron in D.A.R.E class back in junior high.) Adam did the same, but he also kept an eye on our bags to ensure drugs were not "mistakenly" placed into our luggage. That was just what we needed - to be framed for drug smuggling in Eastern Europe.
Upon accomplishing their mission, the naughty ...
... the entire day getting our car fixed. It was not something sim;e like a blown hose. It was the temperature gauge that tells the car when to start the fan to cool it down. It wasn't expensive, and it really wasn't all that complicated, but it did take all day to track down the part. It seems that finding parts for a Russian-made car is not easy. Go figure. But it got fixed so we would be able ...
... and feeling like she had a losing fight with a swarm of very hungry mosquitoes. Troy managed to get just a few bites over the few days we were there - perhaps they like vegetarian blood better? So, despite best efforts, perhaps it's one of those things that is bound to happen when you travel and we're just lucky we've made it this far without them.
Now, I'm sure there is more to Serbia than watermelon, smelly people and bed bugs. Oh yes, we ...
... to pass – very much like cruising up Milford Sound only narrower and steeper. Up to the cabin to have a shower and change our clothes for the Captains Welcome. We were introduced to all the crew apart from 4 who are on the night shift and were sleeping. There are 40 crew members = 9 chefs, 8 waiting staff, 8 crewmen, 4 reception, 8 cleaning ...