I'm enjoying your snapshots of daily life as you go – I'll be following your journey!
Good idea to show this journey by Blog!
Keep up the posts!! I'm loving every word…. and my feet are having sympathy pains! You've put some miles on your tennies!
I'm getting spoiled by all the updates. 'Looking forward to the next one.
Oh, what a time you are having dear Sandra ~ my heart just aches at all the sights in a good way! I am so happy to visit and find all of this delight on your page! And now I am reading the next post down. Thanks for sharing all of your adventures!
I'll be back to view all the days.
Have been under the weather and mercy sakes girl you have been one busy lady.
Glad you're enjoying your trip. I miss my old home more and more! Blessings!
Love the photos! National Geographic quality!! So glad you are having a wonderful time!
Hello Sandra [and Dave in America]:
First, we are delighted, and relieved, to know that all went well, in as much as you have arrived, with the collection arrangements at Budapest airport.
This post presents a wonderful glimpse into another country and one which is, so to speak, very much on our doorstep. There are, from what you write and show, so many similarities with the Hungarian countryside and now we are keen to see for ourselves. Perhaps, encouraged by your spirit of adventure, we shall plan our own trip before too long.
It is so good that you have wifi connection to be able to update us all on your progress through Eastern Europe. Have a wonderful weekend and do not become too tired.
The cards, by the way, were a wonderful surprise; we did send a reply which we hope you have received. Take care!
I am so glad you have great time in Serbia :o)!
I didn't know Novi Sad is so nice place…I like your room!
It's beautiful! I like blue…:o)!
Thank you for the photos! Take care!
What a lovely area! The buildings, the colors and the people. The faces on them, what character!
Sounds like you've having a wonderful trip, seeing the sights, observing the people. I love your shot of the babushka and the market umbrellas…
You have to admire those who carry on old standing traditions, like women's attire. I'd have caved to easier living long ago.
Loving this photo journey with you. Thanks for the effort, it's much appreciated. Wonderful old country.
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