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... to visit, otherwise I don't think this city would have made the list. I'm glad we did.
We flew out of Dubrovnik around 10:00 am and landed an hour later. As we began our descent, the land flattened out and looked so much like the prairies that it reminded me of landing in Regina. Not surprisingly, agriculture is big business here as well. Luke had arranged for a car to pick us up and deliver us to his office, which was very ...
... so we stopped to have a drink, and I got to meet some of the people Bill met the other morning. They were all very nice. I wouldn't have expected anything less.
So ended our vacation in Belgrade. We spent the rest of the night packing and generally getting ready to leave in the morning.
Day Twelve (Wednesday, August 28)
We bid Dunja and Zoran good-bye (for a few days until they returned to Milna) and left Belgrade to head out to Mokra Gora.
... women. The oldest of the three, who was probably about 80 years old, was dressed in a beautiful long silk skirt and blouse and seemed quite curious about Troy and I. It was funny to watch her from behind my sunglasses as she observed us with curiosity and uncertainty. I can only imagine the stories she has to tell and the things she has seen that we certainly will never know of. Eight hours to go as we carried on South to Montenegro and back to the coast.
... smiling, drinking (he enjoyed the Slovenian beer and Serbian wine), and eating. Highlights from dinner included a home made pita with phyllo made from chestnut dough? filled with a Serbian cheese similar to feta, and the delicious cake made with chestnut dough, cocoa and covered in real whipped cream. Of course there were the traditional slanike and vanilice, a staple in our family's homes. And then we waddled off to ...
... the best. It was to a cave that was used as a fridge because the temperature is so low. Here we enjoyed red wine and coca-cola. Yes! That’s right, a 50/50 mix is actually quite good.
While on the tour, Rory and I also became quadrillionaires!
Hyperinflation hit Serbian in the 1990s for a short period, so it now means for about 500dinars (or about 3quid) you can get a whole set of these crazy bank notes.
We brought them off a little old lady. When she found ...