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We sadly said goodbye to Budapest as we loaded into 2 vans and one car at 10:30a this morning for the ride to Novi Sad, Serbia. After driving through the now somewhat familiar streets of the centre of the city it didn't take long for us to get out of the city and into the country side. Driving along, I had to remind myself that I wasn't driving across the Canadian prairies. The 4 lane highway was fast and comfortable, and the crops of corn ...
... that it’s so, because if I could climb back through time, I’d restore their lives and then give back my own.” The war criminal makes no excuses, he cannot even cry, but it is clear that the mistake of 30 years ago has haunted him for every second of his life since. He does not ask to escape punishment, he only asks that those reading and watching to understand that he is not really any different from them, and for the hope that somehow he ...
... and having to make their own fun. Much easier to go into a bar with lots of loud music and lots of people to give the impression that one is having fun.
There seem to be a few hundred people at this conference so there was a good chance of running into someone. Though I suspect that there were others also dismayed at the prospect of incredibly loud music meaning that talk would be difficult.
If it had been a Serbian bar ...
... nearby Fruška Gora. We also found out the truth behind rakia. It is a wonderful digestif. With the amount of meat we were eating it did wonders.
The fortress was our next attempt to see the sights of the city. It was Monday, so museums were closed. It also just happened to be the hottest day of the year in Novi Sad. Sweat dripping down our necks and arms we walked across the bridge to the Petrovaradin Fortress. Only a few ...
... town-hall, the Orthodox Church and we checked out the old pharmacy, which was open despite it being Sunday. It was a fun stop but none of us wanted to call it a day this early, and we were encouraged by the manageable hills we climbed so far. They had been portrayed like monsters on our map. At least, that is how I perceived it. We watched the Donau snake through the wine country below us.
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