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Travel Blogs from Osijek
... 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 ...
We went over our route for next day and realized the town we had planned a stop, had no place to stay. The next accommodation, on the Donau and the Serbian side of the river, were in 88 km. That gave us 3 choices;
1) stick to the official bike route for the 88 km
2) follow the much shorter car route
3) back-track 4 km and cross bridge to Croatia and follow the bike route on the right side of the Donau where there is ...
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... girls about Nathalie being the new Catherine re walking into others' pictures.
To the town of Karacan for a shot of pear brandy [fairly rough]. The guide for the 'Street of Forgotten Times' was awol so the waiter passed on a few remarks.
Into a small cabin for the wine tasting. Pork fat deep fried and onions plus cottage cheese were supplied as we tasted 2 whites and 2 reds. Some had a preference for the first ...
... were poorer: older buildings, less paint on buildings, roofs in poorer condition, etc.
By 1500 the train rolled into Osijek, a half hour late. The group was quickly into a cab and van for the short drive to Maksimilian Guest House. Our cab arrived first and I intrepidly found the reception area upstairs. Arjan gave me 40 euros re his expenses in Hungary.
Waiting for the newbie couple, the hostess joked about nothing to see in Serbia and Zolst noted ...