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While originally unimpressed with Hostel Mostel in VT... they earned some major brownie points when they let me stay until 2 am after having checked out at 10 am. Everyone went to bed early except the four who did the tour. We were all still around talking when my taxi came at 145 am.I got on the 215 am bus to Sofia. Busses over here do assigned seating which is super stupid because you don't request your seat and it's never sold out. ...
After leaving Dubai, our flight headed north west across Iran. Whilst there are disadvantages of having a window seat, for me, the opportunity to view the world from 10,000 metres outweighs them every time, and I never tire of this extraordinary way of seeing the world's incredible geography. Crossing Iran there were vast areas of rugged rocky wilderness, snow capped peaks, and huge ...
As you've read, our trip into Serbia almost wasn’t due to the bus mix-up!
˝ a day later than planned, we finally reached the small city of Nis.
As it was early evening when we arrived, we didn’t have very much time to explore the area. We had to head to Belgrade the following night! After a quick beer in the hostel bar we walked into town. We came across some amazing fast food joints. They were massive windows with a chimney on top with a guy cooking ...
... of local heroes and birds playing in the trees.
After a long, lingering coffee in a virtually empty café, we took the steep climb to the ruined fortress outside the old city. The narrow pathway led us to a panoramic view over the River Danube as the light began to dim. We wandered through grassy pathways under overgrown arches and up steps to the high foundations of long-gone towers. With every step the light drifted from us and the temperature likewise dropped ...
I was excited to visit Belgrade. Kind of like I would expect a kid would be excited about his first trip to Disneyland. It's not that I have NOT been excited about visiting every other place we have gone in our travels thus far but Belgrade held a special interest for me. Although Belgrade was never the home of Nikola Tesla, it is the home of the Nikola Tesla museum and with Tesla being of Serbian ethnicity, the entire country of Serbia seems (rightfully so) to be pretty ...