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My flight from Montenegro went via Belgrade where I spent a couple of hours in the international airport. It was a whole different currency and I didn't have wifi so I had no idea how much I paid for a salad sandwich, the most disgusting espresso coffee shot or the Cosmo magazine I bought to help the time go faster. I flew with an airline I had never heard of before. The first plane only had 25 rows of 4 seats. It was small by Jet Star standards but the ...
... rustic villages, head height fields of corn, vast sunflower fields etc.
Day went on for ever, tired legs, the downside to scenic undulations.
Knackered and annoyed with endless aggresive traffic in the last 10 miles to Belgrade.
Charismatic suburbs and vibrant parklife leading in the B-grade. Danube is finally blue! Bridges with cycle ...
... stretch in July and August, when temperatures can get in the 40C.
Also carrying a tent is advised for some long stretches between accommodations. Junko is dead set against sleeping in a tent and would consider taking the train for a particular long stretch.
Finally, we stopped by the market and picked up some salad fixings for dinner. We poured over the maps until it was time for bed.
Junko and Hiro Write;
... that they had traded places. Somehow the comment was not found to be amusing.
We exited the main road, taking largely slow roads through suburbs. We eventually got to the Belgrade Bus Terminal at 1100. It was no more than a 10M walk with gear to the Belgrade City Hotel. We are in room 13 so no triskaidekaphobia here. The Dutchman did seem to be a bit tired.
More time than needed given for people to freshen up but off at 1145 for lunch first and ...
... day Darko gave us a guided tour of his city which was amazing compared to our normal half lost ambling's which we end up doing on most urban rest days. Jostling with busy traffic as we left the following day was not a pleasant experience, when finally we were free from the traffic the landscape became dominated by heavy industry and to cap it all off the heaven's opened. Our chosen wild camp site ...