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If it's Tuesday, it must be Croatia! Another town in the Balkans. They are getting more beautiful, interesting and more affluent. Vukovar is the biggest port on the Danube. We had a short walking tour and then onto Osijek where we toured a Franciscan monastery and the city . We saw a lot of remnants from ...
Good blogging intentions go by the wayside when there is so much to do. Here is a recap of the last few days in Osijek.
I have been volunteering with an organization called PRONI that does peace activism and youth work. They are one of the oldest NGOs in Croatia (keep in mind they didn't have any before the war) and they do a lot of amazing work. My classmate and I were asked to ...
... who Sarah and I met briefly in out hotel in Bratislava. He is the only cyclist I have seen for a while, so would have welcomed a chat, but he disappeared and I am yet to track him down.
Booked dorm beds over the next two nights in Novi Sad and Belgrade, then it will be onto a town on the border with Romania. Quite nice and relaxing to have 2 nights without wondering where I will be staying. Once I get to Romania it will be no hotels or campsites for 7-10 ...
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... of versions of it on Youtube. Arjan caught a few further ditties while I used the facilities.
Off just after 1000. Zsolt said there are signs warning about walking in certain areas due to land mines from the war. The 30M trip was actually 50M [Spanish timing?].
Went to Batina to see a Russian memorial re a crossing of the Danube River against a fortified, elevated position. Serbia was across the river. A laugh ...