...returning home and one more night in Belgrade
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After just 3 days in Budva it was time to go back to
This time the bus back to
Funny incident at the Serbian border again: this huge scary border policeman came to me and talking with me in a basic Romanian asked me things like: “What did you do in Budva hmm? Why are you by yourself? Why you stayed just 3 days? Who stays only 3 days in Budva? Why you go back to
So of course we stepped outside the bus on a very rainy night around 3-4 AM and opened my bags, while the bus driver was staring quite frightened at this scene.
When I opened one of the bags the first things that one could see were some little transparent bags with spices and some dried chopped herbs like oregano and basil that I bought from the local market. So you could imagine that we had a talk about “what are these?” while I was thinking that the spice shopping wasn’t a very good idea. Eventually when he saw I’m not a drug dealer he rubberstamped the passport, said “Good trip to you!” and off we went.
Around 8 in the morning I was back in
I even managed to get to a concert, a band called the Orthodox Celts, quite famous in
Next day I was back on the train to Cluj and so this was my one week breakaway from work, the daily routine and everything home.
‘twasn’t bad at all, even thou I felt weary after having to spent 4 nights out of the total 8 on the road. But for me that the definition of a good vacation - to feel tired after you get back home.
Both places are great and recommend them fully.