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Just my luck, its a nice looking day in Belgrade, yes the day i am leaving. Not to worry. The train trip from Belgrade is not a highlight. The train is old, but comfortable. From Belgrade to the border it is slow going. I guess it must be due to the bad condition of the tracks, as it is one rough ride in parts. We never get above 80kph, most of the time we are lucky to go 50kph. We arrive at the Croatian border and the train stops for passport checks. This ...
Today was our first day of inter-Europe travel, but as our train wasn't due to leave until 14:45, we had plenty of time for a leisurely packing up of our stuff and a half an hour of free wi-fi on the ground floor before checking out at 10am. No 3 Euro breakfast for us this morning, we'd run out of our allocated Budapest budget, so we walked to the nearest corner store and bought two cartons of juice and five pastries for about £1.50. I had decided to spend ...
... all with halters on and tied to ropes. I have no idea why farming is not popular here, but when we eventually get internet I may try to find out. When we got in to Split it was seven at night. We got to our hotel, paid the kind family that owned it extra to do our washing and then wet out for a meal before bedtime. We got some grilled vegetables which were gorgeous, Nic had chicken and I got some vegetable risotto. We really enjoyed the Croatian meal, it was ...
... It was a rather short bus tour, about 30 minutes, leaving about an hour and a half to see the other main sights on foot.
There was an optional tour in the afternoon, which we opted out of, so we could see more of the City on our own.
We grabbed lunch with another couple, and then Darrell bought a beautiful, hand-made, red silk tie. After all, they claim the neck tie was invented in Croatia, so it was a must have.
... in check vs. the ‘ch’ in ‘choose’ are actually different consonants to them. So they were having a lot of trouble with the ‘x’ sound in Chinese, which is another “sh” type sound, but not one they have in Croatian. I kept using words the girl didn’t know when we were trying to come up with a dialogue, which was sort of embarrassing and frustrating on my part. I guess she told some of the other students ...