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... know about how much it should cost to get home. He named his price and we laughed at him and a few minutes later, while we were waiting for another cab, he called us back over and offered us a reasonable price. Oh, Hungary.
Well, tomorrow around 7AM I head off for my Serbia trip! I don't have any pictures of my adventures this week, but I'll be sure to take tons on my Serbian adventure. I'll write again soon!
... to play this upcoming Thursday at 9 PM. Awesome. However, when we started playing, none of us were in proper basketball attire, one guy even played in flip flops! Luckily, I've played a game or two of "Pig" in my lifetime and I scored about 16 points! Unfortunately, I have no defense whatsoever. Oh well, I had so much fun! I look forward to next Thursday! And enjoy my crazy pictures! I almost died trying to take them from the clock tower.
... I decided I would rather return home and get some sleep for my- wait for it- TENNIS TOURNAMENT! Pardon my excitement, but I haven't played tennis in about a month now and I can finally get some use out of my racquet here! So I headed home early with my new Hungarian friend Roland.
Well, now I need to get some sleep, I hope my tennis game isn't too rusty... I'll write again soon!
... Random, but why not! Here's the itinerary:
– We all meet at the Kelety Station at 12.30pm and take a train to
Belgrade, Serbian capital city, where we arrive around 7.45pm. From
there, we are going to our hostel in the city center, close to the main
city square. After taking some short rest from travellin
g, we will
definitely need to go to eat somewhere to prevent death ...
... and say goodbye (in Hungarian, of course!) and it's like being an undercover American. I love it! In other news, I found out that instead of saying "Sorry", I have been saying, and I quote, "Baby bear". Haha! I just keep wondering what I would do if someone bumped into me in the U.S. and whispered "baby bear" to me. Jeez. Well, the adventure continues, and I'll be sure to write again soon!