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... in 2007 when most couldn't.
The city doesn't seem to be designed that well in comparison to Novi Sad which was more planned. I didn't see the suburb of Novi Belgrade (New Belgrade) which might have been. They dont have a waterfront along the Danube like Budapest and its more industrial and gritty
As with Budapest, perhaps ...
... lived through two wars before.
The next day, Luke lent us his scooter and we scooted around town, which was a lot of fun. Even though we had a map, all of the street signs were in Cyrillic so we hadn't a clue how to interpret them and got lost a few times. Also, the streets are very narrow and a lot of the them are one-ways, so on more than one occasion we were those annoying tourists driving the wrong way down a one-way street. ...
... while Wakeboarding and swam to the shore, I found myself in this 'nudist enclave'... A bit shocking :-). After Wakeboarding I found a bar where a Zumba class was taking place (Afrikafe), and decided to join the fun. I met Danijela, a girl from Novi Sad and danced a bit of an improvised salsa with her. The Zumba class was very enjoyable, and after biking, sun, water, Wakeboarding, Zumba, and nudist all-male beach it was time to head back to the old city and meet Lana and Jelena ...
... and having our bus stripped and our bags searched by border control guards. Memories right?
Belgrade was such a nice city and we thoroughly enjoyed it and its friendly residents.
Zipping our bags back up and continuing on,
Leann and ...
... Over the next hour or so, we crossed a number of what seemed like border crossings and even went through a section that had Croatian signs which seemed strange and we only figured out had to be Croatia while leaving it. Driving straight east in Serbia, the land was astonishingly flat compared to Bosnia (but still didn’t come close to Saskatchewan). We passed through a national park which had a section of trees that were enormously tall with a vast canopy and ...