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... 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 ...
... Not so easy in Serbia apparently, though I'm know they can do a couple of great salads with some great bread. But some people don't have enough imagination so it has to be pasta.
But at tea I did get to sit next to some bloke from Brazil who's never been to Asia but has a wealth of knowledge on Japanese.
He also knew a fair bit of Mongolian and when I threw in what I knew of the different pronunciation of Mongolian in ...
... so quiet here. This part of town probably takes a while to get going. My spot for my lunch break. Well, for a couple of beers anyway. Getting towards the end of the pedestrian bit but I enjoyed watching the interaction of the customers and the laid back life style. The uniform is a nice touch. I can't think of anywhere in Hobart that has anything like that. From the my café I could hear the ...
... 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.
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Our plan in a nutshell; 2900 total kilometers at 50 km per day - 2 days riding for 1 day off for a total of 58 riding days & 90 total days - April to July, 2013 :)