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... card my friend gets a partial refund of her card just before we leave for the night. The drinks at this festival are 4 times the cost they were in Serbia which would make sense if the prices of them at the liquor store were 4 times the price but they are about the same-scam two.
We hop in a taxi, two of us in the back chatting away while another friend sits in the front. At about the halfway mark of the journey I look up and notice that the taxi meter is at ...
... Dvorac, which is where the President of Montenegro currently lives. Mladen told us before we walked up to the building that this isn't Buckingham Palace and even though there are guards here dressed like the guards at Buckingham Palace, Montenegrans are lazy and most of the time the guards are sitting on their chairs inside the palace until they hear visitors and only then do they jump up and "guard" the palace. Mladen wanted us to see this in action, but for some reason ...
... s "Confessions" but I really sort of want to read some fiction about Europe, and the parts I'm in or have been to. I think it might be interesting to learn more about the region that way.
Tonight I'm taking the overnight bus to Sarajevo. I've got a good hostel booked there so that's where I will be tomorrow. It's kind of crazy - the VAST majority of the hostels in Sarajevo are rated really highly - it's almost like you can't go wrong no ...
... by boat this meant that there were not that many people utilising it, which was a bit of a novelty among all the beaches we had seen during the day. The other novelty of this beach was that it had sand, actual real, heat it up, turn to glass, sand. We had been looking for a sand beach ever since Dubai all that time ago. Finally, I would not have to contend with those little f**kers of rocks that seem to get everywhere you don’t want them to. You think getting sand up ...
... beer festival there neither of us really found our booze mojo.
The following day we took a 13 hour train ride through Serbia and into Montenegro. The distance is only 400km which gives you and indication of our top speed. However, this gave us the opportunity to relish the stunning mountains and valleys below. The train line has the highest railway viaduct in the world - not great for someone with gephyrophobia (fear of railway bridges). Thankfully not something ...
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