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... and behold, the guide went and spoke to the driver of the bus behind us, and he joined our driver to bounce the car closer to the fence and out of the way.
Final stop was the castle and that turned out to be a massive park surrounded by the old walls and it was packed with families and people just enjoying a stroll. Nothing much to get excited about.
... the nation, thankfully I think we come across as happy, always smiling and not as big a drunk as they had been led to believe.. I think I'm satisfied with that!! ;)
After farewells and just getting into bed at the hostel a Polish guy I had seen around decided to enter the dorm against the staff advice 'I'm just going to ask her something quick'. Making himself at home at he end of my bed he quite drunkenly stayed for a long chat after his attempts at having me join him for Rakija failed. ...
... in 2007 when most couldn't.
The city doesn't seem to be designed that well in comparison to Novi Sad which was more planned. I didn't see the suburb of Novi Belgrade (New Belgrade) which might have been. They dont have a waterfront along the Danube like Budapest and its more industrial and gritty
As with Budapest, perhaps ...
... blew in and they had to get out of the water.
We hit a cafe/bar to meet up with some of Katarina's friends and relaxed over beer and coffee for a while. While Katarina was chatting with her friends, I took the opportunity to ask Luke his opinion on the differences between Canadian and Serbian women, if any. After verifying that I actually wanted an honest answer, this is what he's learned. Serbian men do not cook, clean, do ...
... sure the waiter thought we were ordering the strangest mix of foods he had ever seen! Silly foreigners! It is always an adventure ordering food in Serbia- whatever you think you are getting is rarely what ends up being brought to you.
The next day, our group met up again, with a few additions. Hilary met this British guy, Andrew, through Couchsurfing, so he came out as well. And, ...