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People who spend more time preparing and cooking meals are more likely to have healthier diets, says a new study.
Those who spent the least time on food preparation also spent the most money on food away from home and were more likely to eat at fast food restaurants, the authors found.
"We've known for a long time that cooking and being able to prepare your own food is associated with eating a healthier diet and it sort of just make sense, but there ...
... Serbia is of course landlocked, the beach was man made and on the banks of the Danube river.) We were shocked on arrival when realising we had to pay to get on the beach, so we ended up in a park instead. The great thing about Novi Sad? Free city wifi, which meant city commentary in the park! (although the wifi wasn't great) We set off back to the hostel, just as the rain began. By the time we got back, there was a thunderstorm outside and we spent the rest of the ...
We met up after the game and wondered around the town a little more before it was time to catch our train back to Belgrade. We only had a quick turnaround at the hostel in Belgrade before we needed to head back to the train station to catch our overnight train to Budapest.
I really loved our stay in Serbia and would definitely recommended it. Unfortunately I don't feel I can give Novi Sad a fair rating as it was tainted by the disappointing hostel so I am in ...
... The Aussie blokes were just heading down for brekkie as we were heading out. Arjan asked about inviting the girls along but they had a chance to say yes last night.
The hotel reception gave us some idea re the bus 83 process to Zemun. That still did not consider having to deal with the shop lady who spoke essentially no English. Things got sorted out eventually and we were off 190 SD.
The bus took some 15M to get to Zemun. I think we should have got off ...
... on paper but in reality was less than ideal, wading though mud in the dark whilst being eaten by bugs depressed our moods as did the realisation that the only place we couldn't be seen from the road was directly below the bridge. After a terrible nights sleep being woken at regular intervals by both rail and car traffic overhead we were both looking forward to country number nine, Romania.