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... paid off and we found a caravan park that had one of these therapeutic springs on the site and most seem to be wandering around in their dressing gowns which was way less confronting. Darren and I spend the next 10 minutes trying to work out how you get into the caged affair, and then randomly pick a pool of tea coloured water rumoured to be at 34-36 deg. We exchange pleasantries with the older ...
... together (Italian, again!!), in La Pergola, the first restaurant we visited on Wednesday night. I got a haircut and met a very, very cool guy: Droncs (the hair stylist). He gave me a cool haircut and we spent most of the time talking about girls, World of Warcraft, V for Vendetta, Anonymous, etc... It is nice to realise that despite being on the other side of the world, you can always find so many topics in common with the people you meet on the road. With a ...
... the riders also enjoy a cold beer or two at the end of the ride as we either await another delicious, nutritious meal prepared by Bonny et al at campsite or make plans to visit a local dining establishment. The food has been truly wonderful. I'm glad our hotel rooms and campsites have been void of scales and that most of my clothes are made of Lycra. We arrived in ...
... on a pick-nick area that probably hadn't been used for a week or more. We only noticed that there were animals in the water after each drinking 1,5 litre of it. So what do you do? Be a hero and drink the rest as well? well, we didn't, were not feeling to well for two or three days and then that was over as well.)
So, all in all, we survived this wonderfull country wthout a scar and recommend it to annyone (but do be careful, because ....)
... Kitty, kitty, kitty!
-W Niemczech wolamy: Katze, katze, katze!
-W Turcji wolamy: Psst, psst, psst!
-Na Wegrzech wolamy: Tic, tic, tic!
A kot i tak nie przychodzi. :)
Leaving Serbia wasn't difficult at all – I got help from my Subotica’s host, he brought me straight to the border with Hungary. I crossed it, put my stuff 20m behind the customs office and launched my charm. :)
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