Black-letter days are going on.
As a usual after gym and breakfast I went to some cafe to drink espresso, check emails and write new post. Different cafe every day. This day the cafe was pretty well, but internet there was sucks and I left it after finishing espresso.
Then I had plans finally find running t-shirt in this city. Two previous days I couldn’t. First day when I tried the girl from reception sent me to the store without running t-shirts though it was a big one. Next day she told me check one street but I didn’t find any sport store there. Third day I just asked her show me big shopping mall and I went there.
Two times I used buses in Belgrade. First time was that time when I went to sport store without running t-shirts. I didn’t pay the fare cause I din’t know how it works. This time en route to the mall I wanted to buy a ticket from the driver but he didn’t have change from my 1000 bill and I went for free. En route back I also didn’t have a chance to pay cause it was crowded and it was impossible to catch the driver.
Finally I found running t-shirt in this shopping mall. It costed $28. There were reebok, adidas and nike. The cheapest one I found in Reebok. Now my sport costume consist from all main sport brands: adidas sneakers, nike’s shorts and reebok t-shirt.
For dinner I cooked buckwheat with cauliflower salad.
During the dinner I decided about plans for winter. It’s gonna be South-East Asia again. After Serbia I’m going to Bulgaria for couple of days, then to Istanbul for couple of weeks and from there I’m gonna have a flight to KL, Malaysia.
After that tentative plans now is like that: going to Penang, Malaysia and spend there a month, make a Thai visa there for three month and go to Thailand for Jan-March. After that visit Laos and Vietnam. After that probably China and Hong-Kong. Closer to summer plan to visit Central Asia cause I’ve never been there despite that I was born in that region.
In the evening was my usual stroll to bars.
This day I was lucky. I found two good places.
In the first one I was drinking 1 euro mulled wine. I’ve consumed 3 glasses. It was awesome. Definitely wanna come back again.
Also I noticed in the bars children trying to sell flowers. Something similar I’ve seen in Cambodia. That was funny case. The kid was selling books from the hands. When I said that I don’t need he took out a bag of weed and offered me to buy. Yeah, that’s Cambodia.
In the next bar guy prepared White Russian with “De Kuyper” coffee liquor.
Cocktail was pretty good, price was around 2 euro.
Bar was good, I wanna come here again.