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Travel Blogs from Novi Sad
... culture shock and read a book. Wandered along the Denube and watched fishing boats and locals walk through the parks. Had a few locals staring but put them off by saying good morning in Croatian. Dobr dan.
Here's the short version:
Finally met up with the group who run late.
Lunch was bought from a bakery.
Visited a water tower full of blast holes.
At the Croatia / Serbia border crossing we lost the Venezuelans because they didn't have ...
Early start and no wıld boar attacks! Got us 11 hours sleep, much needed after frıvolıtıes of Budapest. Grey skıes and a wee chıll ın the mornıng aır. Cyclıng was easy but wıth no map one can never feel 100 percent confıdent that we were goıng on the rıght roads. We manged to get 40 mıles and cross over the border ın to Serbıa (usıng the sun and ...
... they sent me away
I tried asking a driver who couldn't speak english then a taxi driver. At first I thought he said the terminal was 3km away but he meant 300m when he pointed to a red building other side of the road. Then he wanted to now if I was Syrian? Excuse me, can you not interview me when I'm standing in the rain.
We are headed to Serbia today for the cheap tobacco. As usual we entered our destination into the GPS and set off. We weren't far from the border but passed through many rough, little towns on the way. One little shop in one of the little tons had gas bottles outside so we thought we would try our luck...success!! So with fresh new gas bottle in place (and the old one now under the table...) ...
... place offered wine made from their own vineyard, we couldn't pass that up" they said. We joined them and dinner again was a feast... just too much food.
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