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It sucks being sick on the road. Have I said that before? It
seems to be never ending lately. I can't seem to shake this awful cough,
probably because I refuse to rest up and just keep going hard every night. I am
travelling after all.
So when I arrived in Belgrade I felt awful. First step was
to go to a chemist and get some cough syrup (because I hadn’t learned my lesson
from earlier). Second step was to finally buy some new shoes, because my ...
I'm interrupting my regularly scheduled programming to bring you my take on the death of Steve Jobs and the moral absurdity of our age. I don't know why there was such an outpouring of emotion over the death of the CEO of one of the world's largest multi-national corporations. A man who immediately took a hatchet to the company's corporate philanthropy programs when he returned to save a flagging Apple and never brought it back even after the ...
... Exhaustion caught up with me on the way - at the expense my crushing partner's now drool covered shoulder. I found Karen at the airport, and she was just as miserable as when I left her. There were no good nap locations around, so she just struggled through the day. Soon enough though (well, probably not soon enough for her), we were on our flight to chapter two - GREECE.
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... t open it, to dispel the strong stench of cigarette smoke. The toilet and shower were relics of a time long gone. "It is only one night" is our mantra when the room is a bit of a worry.
Again to quote Air Baltics inflight magazine Basic Outlook, making the following observations ¨The city (Belgrade) couldn't be called beautiful¨ and ¨Parts of the street preserve the architecture of old Belgrade and other parts bear the boxy scars of Capital ...
... into Bosnia. The karst limestone landscape continued with rocky mountains scantily covered in scrub for some way. Then we came to a fertile valley with a herd of dairy cows, silver jerseys with horns, a flock of sheep and some goats. We passed many tiny villages with just a few houses, mostly new. A great deal of this country was flattened in the war against Serbia in 1992 to 95. We were heading towards the Sutjeska National Park some way north towards ...