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... more one street than a district. It was however, you will be surprised to hear, lined with bars and restaurants. We had set our selves a time limit of no beer before 11 am, reasoning that we had become used to Romanian time which is one hour ahead of Belgrade, therefore it was really no beer before midday. So what does 15 minuts matter? Beer at 10.45 sounded a good idea.
We walked back through the centre stopping for ...
... only got to 2 degrees C, i dressed according and did not feel the cold. Great day, the cold air makes one feel alive and motivated to walk. Must have done about 10ks without breaking into a sweat..
Found an outdoor food market and spent some time wandering around taking in the amazing smells of meat being grilled, coffee being roasted, bread being baked. Oh so good.
Tomorrow its a 7 hour train ride to Zagreb, where i might get some sunshine.
... a massive storm build up from the south. Beating a hasty retreat back to belgrade I settled into my hostel to watch the storm with some great company and plenty of homemade Rakija. My last morning in belgrade I headed to the local markets. The produce in Serbia is really incredible, possibly as a holdover from communism and the lack of investment since, most farming is still done on a small scale and using traditional methods and seeds. Farmers markets are everywhere, where farmers ...
... up on a bus for multiple hours day after day is certainly not ideal and we still have two more drive days into Bosnia tomorrow and then Croatia the next! We're going through these Balkan countries so quickly it's becoming difficult to distinguish between them- other than the fact they all use different currency!!! Oh my, it's a pain! It makes sense if we were staying in each country for a few days, but having to learn a new currency ...
I then cut across parts of town to get to St Sava's Church. This is the massive iconic church ...