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... t think so. We laughed and went down and Leesh had another sleep as I waited as guard for the bus to arrive for the next departure.
The time came around quick and we jumped on and paid the 300 fee for the trip each. It took a good 40 minutes or so but we were dropped off in the main centre and went straight to Mickey D’s for a massive black coffee. The guy was baffled as we didn’t want sugar and milk in the large size and ...
... talking with the hostel staff about what I'd learned. That's when I got the history lesson, this time with a Serb perspective. I'm not clued up about the history of this part of the world in the slightest, but much of what I learned left me stunned. At the same time, I can see why the people are so protective of their culture when there have been so many attempts to eradicate it.
All in all it was a pretty heavy day. ...
... need to buy a bottle of the stuff tomorrow.
Anyway, after going to a lounge bar, cafana, and underground bar in turn the tour guide delivered us to a club. By us, I mean the motley crew of Australians, Americans, Brits and a token German that had assembled. As expected of a pub crawl, the club played hit songs from the last 20 years that everyone knew the words to. By this stage I was in a singing mood. The rakia had obviously done its ...
... upon learning I was from New Zealand, shook my hand, welcomed me to Serbia and took extra care of me.
This hospitality carried on when I got to my hostel. Instead of having to dump my bags and wait seven hours to check in, the owner fed me coffee, found a bed for me and got me set up straight away. Having a shower was bliss.
I have to give several thumbs up to this guy. Not only did he set me up with a map of all tourist attractions, ...
... entirely in Cyrillic script. 'This looks an interesting place,' I said to Squirt, 'let's go in here!' The restaurant was a real find; plain, large with big tables with tablecloths. Amazingly, they came up with a menu typed in English. We were hungry, and ordered a smoked meat omelette, pork on sticks, fried potatoes, bread, tomato salad, a coffee and a lemonade. After quite a while, a feast turned up - pork on sticks turned out to be two enormous pork steaks skewered, the ...