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... front of the famous clock tower. You might notice that the hands of the clock are reversed in terms of length. Well, it's not obvious. But the time is a quarter past one and not five past three. Wikipedia tells me that this is so that fishermen on the Danube could more easily tell the time.
Ah, this was great to see. An absolutely superb spot for a beer. Great weather and a great view. It couldn't be ...
... or a beer. In this instance we'd gone to the shop around the corner for some beers for ourselves but the bloke that came in with his children insisted on a beer once he saw that I had one.
This might not have been much more than a village but what's this? A 24 hour pizzeria. We don't have anything like that in Hobart.
After the bus trip back to the city we ...
Well the conference is over but I've decided to stay a bit longer in Novi Sad. It seems like a nice city with things to see and the weather's pretty good and I might get to learn some Serbian.
I started the day with a jog. I started and finished by the Danube opposite the fortress. I'll have to wander over at some stage and see what it's actually like.
There's a superb running track by the Danube in ...
... of the small road, traffic was light. Gentle ups and downs led us through small villages.
We stopped to take a break it the shade of a tree. A kind man came out of a gate and motioned for us to follow him. He disappeared inside his one room cottage and came back with cool bottle of water. He spoke a little German and told us that he regularly gets ...
... Away from the Un-Busy Road
All our fears of the busy road were unnecessary. It was Sunday morning. We had a fairly steady stream of car drivers passing us and giving us our share of the road. We were passed by one big city bus. We did not see any big commercial trucks whatsoever. So where was all the menacing traffic? We could not figure it out. They call this the 'old' road. Has the E75 toll road taken all the big trucks, leaving ...