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... there were no more houses I began to wonder how we were going to get onto the bridge. It was beginning to look rather like trying to get onto the Tasman bridge at Rosny. Not easy and not that many options.
The spiral staircases were obviously the go but of course, not that easy to get to. I suppose anyone living down the bottom would have a boat or a car... or a plane.
The bridge was in ...
... or a beer. In this instance we'd gone to the shop around the corner for some beers for ourselves but the bloke that came in with his children insisted on a beer once he saw that I had one.
This might not have been much more than a village but what's this? A 24 hour pizzeria. We don't have anything like that in Hobart.
After the bus trip back to the city we ...
No pics today... in fact not much to report at all after the end to my day yesterday.
I seem to have slept ok. In fact I was feeling pretty much 100% after the technicolour yawn.
I still had my Serbian practice this morning but I did call it a day after a couple of hours wanting to stop while I was ahead. I didn't want to push my luck.
Anyway, I got back to my flat at about midday, sat on the couch, woke up at midnight!
Went to bed.
... once been like to have guarded the town below. We meandered around for an hour or so,....then realized that we had no idea where to catch the return bus. We hailed a young woman walking by,...and she directed us down the road, and across the street,....which is exactly where Kris thought it might be.
We rode for a short distance,.....and then saw a park, which we thought might be 'THe PARK on the DANUBE,...so we jumped off only to discover ...
... through the small town of Begec, where people tended their garden plots or cut hay. Soon we were back on the dyke again which had worse surface with more muddy patches. From a distance we admired the quaint churches of Futog, an affluent town before Novi Sad. The dyke was paved again and was lined with lampposts and benches. And for the first time since Germany and Austria, a lot of people were riding their ...