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... for anything. This caught us completely off-guard and made us feel uncomfortable initially. We were so grateful to Marko for spending time with us and showing us around Serbia and to have him tell us we didn't need money as long as we were with him felt like too much. Dinner was fantastic and it was great to catch up and for Garyn and Marko to meet for the first time.
Today, we had breakfast at the hotel and began to explore ...
... shook it off and got up. I went through a little bit of shock for a minute afterwards and my knee smarted quite a bit so I limped for about a minute or so. Crazily enough, I had just pulled out two band aids from my first aid kit (currently somewhere in the bowels of my locked pack) and stuck them in my purse (very accessible). So after waiting a minute or two to see what would start bleeding, I put the Band-Aid on my finger. I also ...
... be hiding in the foliage). We gave it a reasonable go, but the unnerving silence and lack of any promising signs as we made our way further and further from the main road got to us, and we eventually turned around and grabbed a cab back towards Knez Mihajlova. Once there, we found Boutique, a trendy spot across from where we'd eaten lunch, and had a tasty dinner (complete with prosecco, but of course!) before calling it a night around 1:30am.
... days, so the next day I made plans to head to Split, along the Dalmatian coast. I only knew of that town because it had Diocletian's Palace. So after 2 nights exploring Zagreb, I headed to Split for a few days. Getting off the train, I was approached by a bunch of people who were trying to rent rooms. So after some haggling, I got a nice deal on a guest room in the heart of the old town close to the promenade. I spent a few days based out of Split, doing ...
... The Krusedol Monastery is an Orthodox monastery, which was built between 1509-1515. The monastery church is dedicated to the Annunciation of the Holy Virgin and is built in the Morava architectural style. We were allowed to go in to the church but were not allowed to take pictures. That is unfortunate because I don't think I have ever seen a more ornately decorated church.