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There must be some pretty impressive houses over there by the river. Sandy Bay or Bellerive... I'm not sure which.
Wandering over to the edge of the fortress there was a group kicking around a soccer ball footbag style. Actual footbags are much better but I think they're becoming a thing of the past... or only for aficionados.
There's a cute little watch tower. Or ...
... of quince rakija so we had to move on to grape - which they thought wasn't as good. All those quinces going to waste in Hobart...
Even here, once it gets this late you inevitably end up somewhere with loud music and perhaps a dj. But there was still a point of difference... they had table service. Some big hulking bloke with a platter. I suppose he's the only sort of waitron that could ...
... the malls in the newer part of town. I suppose with all the pubs and cafés they get a bit of foot traffic.
Here we go, a few more snaps of the heaps of spots to sit in the middle of town.
Strangely enough I didn't really sit down at any of these outside areas much. Perhaps once?
But they look great, and inviting. I suppose they're more conducive to larger groups. Or I ...
... ankle deep muddy track. We took cover under one and only tree near one and only house on dyke. A better dirt-path appeared to be going below and parallel to the dyke next to farmland. We decided to try that, just bite the bullet and go. After a km we were led back on the dyke and were thrilled to find that pavement started there again. A sign told us we were 4.5 km from Palanka now. But shortly thereafter we arrived at the detour-sign the ...
... in 32 km, just before a mountainous area begins.
We unanimously agreed to stay on the bike path on the left side of the Donau for the entire 88 km to Backa Palanka.(follow Velo 6/Donau cycle route)
The husband came over with his laptop open to the Google translate page which read that he … welcomed us to his home and, if we needed anything, we could communicate this way. These were very nice people. We all took turns taking ...