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... We signed up for an optional excursion to the Bohemian center, Skardalijga, for dinner. We sat with Phil and Joanne and enjoyed the interesting food, wine, plum liquor that could be used for jet fuel. WOW- not for me.
During the meal there was a local band. There was an accordion player, a violin, guitar and a bass player. The accordion made us think of Tim’s dad and the way the lead singer would belt out a verse was ...
... which had a long alley of various restaurants to pick from - this time with lots of English! A large group of us picked a place and I had a very delicious manly man's meal of mixed grilled meat - and it was pretty damn delicious for $10, complete with a $3 cocktail. Then it was time to get a taxi home, and we had had a fairly extensive warning from our tour leader about determining a fare price before getting in the cab. Who has ever tried ...
... for my graduate diploma at the Geneva Graduate Institute. I packed light, I only had one suitcase which did not weigh more than 18 kilos to check in and I paid for this service online for both portions of my trip. Next I had a small carry-on (with my computer and books) and my purse.
Swissport staff made everyone fit their carry-on bags into the metal mold and charged me an additional ...
... was given an apartment by the government and these apartments are passed down in the family, which has somewhat skewed the real estate market. These apartments are rarely sold and property taxes are extremely low ($200 per year) so everyone hangs on to them.
Luke's apartment is a very nice, new, two bedroom, one and a half bath condo, around 1,100 sqft. He rents it fully furnished for $1,000 per month, which is expensive by ...
... so we stopped to have a drink, and I got to meet some of the people Bill met the other morning. They were all very nice. I wouldn't have expected anything less.
So ended our vacation in Belgrade. We spent the rest of the night packing and generally getting ready to leave in the morning.
Day Twelve (Wednesday, August 28)
We bid Dunja and Zoran good-bye (for a few days until they returned to Milna) and left Belgrade to head out to Mokra Gora.