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... and we weren't sure if we were going to make it there and back for dinner. So, we returned to the shopping center of Republic Square to meet some of the group for dinner. We also drove past a building that America bombed in 1999 via NATO. Why? I have no idea. THIS IS WHY WE DON'T HAVE FRIENDS, AMERICA!!
And that was our day. Bus. Bus. And more bus.
And then tomorrow, more bus! But half the journey is in getting there, ...
... days of bombings are still evident and are open for all to see.
Over our three days in Belgrade we were forced to enjoy and in some cases endure the Serbian way of life. It was fun, *************ting, sad, happy and above all else, interesting. Being in the epicentre of the Former Yugoslavia and now having visited most of the ex states that made up this former almighty country, we were finally gaining an understanding of how this place ticks and why it ticks that way. ...
... our first day. We drove back over the river and to the apartment house and made a plan for what we would do the next day.
Well, actually, that ended Zoran's, Dunja's and my day. Bill went out with Zoran's son, Ante, and some of his friends to a cafe named Voulez Vous and spent a couple of hours getting to know them. This was a good thing because Bill got introduced to ...
"Beograd !" the cabin care taker called… we arrived in this crazy city which is now the capital of Serbia, capital of x-Yugoslavia, with a very interesting (rich and sad) past.
First we went to the closest Hotel to ask for a map in order to locate ourselves and visit properly the city, and once we entered it, Milos, the receptionist offered us a map and the luggage room to store our heavy backpacks for the day.
We then went to a nice bakery ...
... you. My friend also learned not to give Gypsy children money… they go find their friends and suddenly you have several children following you.
Despite this, I feel very safe walking around Belgrade and the dorm area.
Things I have learned:
The region’s history is incredibly complicated!
Public restrooms are few and far between and toilet paper is not guaranteed to be ...