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... for an annual film festival in January, and of course, the ubiquitous souvenir shop. Nearby is a ski slope so it is used as the home base for ski buffs as well. Also at Mokra Gora, there is a replica of a steam engine train that runs twice a day and gives its passengers a scenic ride through tunnels and forests. The route is called the Sargan Double Loop because it ...
... 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 ...
... symposium finished at 4:00pm today
so Alison and I had a quiet walk up to a local monument. It is a
paved track with a steady stream of people but we needed to walk a
little after so much sitting and eating.
We needed to feed ourselves in the
evening so the Australian contingent along with a few NZers and
Americans went out together. Amazing how these little gatherings
grow so quickly. Our first choice could not accommodate our ...
... machine harvesting (which is little
used in Serbia). There were 3 machines. A Polish row straddling
self propelled unit. A smaller Serbian single sided self propelled
and a Korvan (US) tractor driven, air blast row straddler. Very
impressive for growers and technologists. We stopped several times
at various growers before arriving at a large hotel for lunch.
I gather the lunch was sponsored by
the regional ...
... br> block. Literally hundreds could be seen from the high points of the
city. The road into Sarajevo was closed to tall vehicles, such as
our bus, because of tunnel repairs. We had to skirt the city on some
pretty rough steep roads to get in, but the panorama was
magnificent. Apparently Sarajevo has gone from 600,000 odd to
300,000 odd with casualties and expulsions.
We went to the Central market ...