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... of people? Nipping in for a quick pray? Perhaps.
The Danube. For such a famous river you expect something more Amazon width.
Food arrives. As usual I did most of the ordering. And as usual Neil spears the meat first. Yeah it's become a cliché... but it's not without an element of truth. I think Neil ate Maria's cevaps and I ate Stephen's mushrooms. Oh, might have been the lard hanging off the ...
... put a 5 million bounty on his head. Karadzic had gone from poet, to doctor, to politician, to president, and now to the most wanted man on the face of the earth....... But where was he? - - - - - - - - - - - - - The second stop on our tour was a nearby Bosnian bakery that Dr. Dragan supposedly frequented. According to our internet source (Google), this is where Karadzic enjoyed his favorite potato pies. I know, exciting stuff, eh? But that's kinda ...
... polyglot profile.
Luckily I didn't get too creepy yesterday with my camera. That left me the chance to go over and have a chat with them without feeling too embarrassed.
The party continued at the restaurant until some time after midnight. Non of the non-drinkers from Berlin seem to have made the trip.
I ended up chatting to the Hungarian and a Slovak as everyone was leaving and being plied with a few more shots ...
... own unique character so well worth a half day trip from Belgrade. I was back in Belgrade by about 2.20 after arriving after 10am
Remarkably the clouds also started to clear and I saw a peek of blue skies and the sun for the first time since arriving in Serbia
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... Daniel and Maurice came in with me. We saw his home which was a series of rooms leading into one another and met his mother who had been asleep on the couch. We really wanted to leave but he continued to pull me into the backyard to see his animals. We finally left in a hurry.
After leaving Gakovo we had lunch in Sombor. Sobor is a town of ~50,000 and that has a nice pedestrian mall in the centre as well as a 700 year old Catholic church and the mayors house that ...