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Travel Blogs from Pozega
... environment. As it stood, we had already decided to leave Kososvo and Montenegro for another time. All we had to decide was whether we would stop at this village or just take a shorter route home. We decided to go ahead and visit. We thought, mistakenly as it turns out, that it would only take about four hours to get there and that we could visit for a few hours and ...
... know that meat is fresh! Each evening there is a free concert at the main stage. These are well-known bands in the area. I didn’t know a single song, but had a great time dancing and enjoying the party with my friends!
The next 3 days went the same- relax and do nothing during the day. Party and concert at night. Not a care in the world, just enjoying your friends and the experience, and embracing the Balkan mentality of ...
... food, which was interesting to try, though rather heavy and bland.
Short drive this morning to Mokra Gora, where we took a train ride on an old narrow gauge railway through the mountains that made me feel totally motion sick. After a nap and dinner, I feel much better.
Tomorrow we're off to Sarajevo, where I hope to find an internet cafe so I don't have to keep blogging on my ...
... so we ended up at “The Grand Irish Pub” The Irish theme seemed
to extend no further than a green canopy out the front, which was a
good thing. We had a wonderful meal. Alison had a glorious creamy
risotto while I had half an octopus in a garlic/lemon/oil dressing.
A bottle of French Rhone valley red was most enjoyable too,
especially after the local wines we have been drinking lately.
The wine in Serbia is not to my ...
Friday 24rd July 2011
The technical tour day. Today we
toured around the region of Ivanjika. This is the prime raspberry
(and fruit growing) area of Serbia. One can look around the
hillsides and there are raspberries as far as the eye can see. Not
large contiguous holdings, but a patchwork of less than 1 hectare
plots including raspberries everywhere. The tour came in 3 busloads
and the first stop was ...