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... to the border. Only to be driving down the road to a closed border crossing! Not sure what was going on but we had to turn around and find another way in. Luckily it wasn't too far back. As we had changed route we also changed destination, so we were now on our way to a town called Novi Sad. We parked at a camp site outside of town- quiet, rural, over-priced, and will head into town tomorrow.
... seen water fall from the sky since May, I think. There is was, falling from the sky. We fell back to sleep and decided to wait and see how the day would turn out.
We were in luck once we woke up again and the sun was coming out, but it was MUCH cooler than the previous day. We found the local bus and waited. The last stop was where we would get off. Sremski Karlovci is on the corner of Fruška Gora and a gateway to some ...
June 18, 2013
Beška to Stari Banovci 34 km, total 1806 km, 40 C - HOT HOT HOT!
Hotel Kondor, deluxe double, including breakfast €40
"Cock a doodle doo"
Junko and Hiro were kept awake from 4 am on by the crowing roosters. Dave and I briefly awoke at 4 am, checked out the sunrise and went back to sleep.
We have a reservation in Zemun, a suburb ...
... the pedestrian street "Welcome Tourists to Novi Sad" and next banner has "EXIT" written on it. Welcome, but don't hang around? After Junko had done some research she told us EXIT referred a huge music festival held four days in July and draws 200,000 visitors from all over. Exit takes place at Petrovaradin Fortress. We ignored that subtle message and think it is a great place to spend few days.
Hotel in ...
... gets his money from doing shows with his band. For several months per year, Voja provides entertainment on cruise ships for money. Maja has a new job every few months, which isn’t completely unusual in Serbia because of how difficult it can be to find work. We stayed at the festival into the early morning hours and enjoyed lots of classic jazz.
The next afternoon I explored Novi Sad’s synagogue, cathedral, and ...