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... the nation, thankfully I think we come across as happy, always smiling and not as big a drunk as they had been led to believe.. I think I'm satisfied with that!! ;)
After farewells and just getting into bed at the hostel a Polish guy I had seen around decided to enter the dorm against the staff advice 'I'm just going to ask her something quick'. Making himself at home at he end of my bed he quite drunkenly stayed for a long chat after his attempts at having me join him for Rakija failed. ...
... per month. Doctors make about $700 per month. University education is paid for by the government, so people tend to go for school for a long time as they are also provided a living allowance. The unemployment rate is about 20% so jobs are somewhat difficult to come by. Real estate is expensive. A nice two bedroom condo could run you about $400,000, so most people live at home with their parents unless they inherit a property. Decades ...
... 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.
... we would be missing that event, but Troy didn't seem too keen on the local beer anyways.
After a few days in Belgrade, we were back to travelling by train for the eleven hour journey to Montenegro. This route was the largest construction project for the former Yugoslavia with 254 tunnels through mountains and 435 bridges and an abundance of beautiful scenery. For the first leg of our train journey, we were seated across from three generations ...
... bicycle tune-up. We all agreed that our bikes were not shifting as well as when we bought them. Slivinska gave us recommendation of a shop along the Donau. Junko and Hiro got a head start. They were very impressed with this shop that they emailed us and said to come over right away!
We cycled along the river front towards Belgrade past several fun looking Hostel and Hotel Houseboats. The boats looked so fun in fact that a Dutch couple staying at ...