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Tito, one of the great leaders in WW2 in Yugoslavia as he organised resistance against Hitler, became leader in 1945 after the war. He worked with Winston Churchill in his fight against Hitler. The USA ploughed a huge amount of money to help this area be redeveloped after the war. Tito was a dictator but the people loved him overall as he was not a typical dictator ...
... cool old castle.
It was awesome being the only visitors on the trail and at the castle where Steve hiked as a missionary 20 years ago.
On our way back into town, we stopped at this really cool restaurant and ordered cevapis (again:)).
In the evening, we went to Dovar Bzik's mother-in-law's apartment where we met with some of their friends and ate
cevapis once ...
... small signs and an abandoned guard station. No new passport stamp! We thought it was great. We have dipped our big toes into Austria. And will come back for more someday.
Too soon, it was time to say,
“So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, good night
I hate to go and leave this pretty sight
So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, adieu
Adieu, adieu, to yieu and yieu and yieu”
... reception was coooooool. We had a pretty good sleep. Paul woke me up at 730 am however to get going. I really needed more sleep then that so I stayed in bed another hour. We really needed some clothes washed so we were going to do it at the hostel and then go and get some food and supplies for another ride ahead before we left. So we approached the counter at reception to enquire about washing and to check out. She said they would do it for us so we asked how long. She said ...
This morning I was surprised to wake up and only feel a little dehydrated, no hangover or headache! I did have to get up early though as I had a bit of packing to do! This morning we did the usual 'changing countries routine'. We packed all our gear (including the new heavy bottle of wine), had our breakfast and then got a cab to the bus station. It was another lovely day and so it was a bit weird ...