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... One night we went to her mother's house and ate traditional filled pastries and stuffed bell peppers and a lot of cake.
Osijek in general is an easily accessible town of about 30,000 people. They are big into biking and have a nice pedestrian and bike path that runs along the river. There are lovely cafés, plazas, parks and enough shops to keep us occupied during our free time. ...
... a travel experience (particularly an unusual and solo one such as this) is somewhat banal and devoid of purpose. I read this in Tom Allen's book earlier, which pretty much sums up my hesitance to write home with these daily ramblings:'One of the defining features of my journey has been the absence of other foreign travellers. This life has offered no network of peers to tie oneself up with, no moral support back at the hostel after getting lost or ...
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... the best and the other two teams pretty close. Drinks flowed fairly liberally, dancing carrying on as the drinks increased [save for Arjan and Rachel].
Things ended c 2215 and the diary done, short and sweet version. While it was a quiet day as these trips go, the carousing and tomfoolery of the pool/dancing was the sort of spark things needed.
Took an aspirin and had a shower c 2300 before bed.
... whereas the cherry brandy had a much smoother taste to it. Apparently the slivovitz is 40% alcohol; the cherry brandy, just 30%. Dave, you'd have been proud of me.
Met our guide for the walking tour. I think his name was John. He apparently works in the evening at the Maksimilian Guest House as a cook. The tour itself was pretty much a non-event. We did not realize until trip's end it was his first such effort and he added precious little to our knowledge. ...