Tony Ehrbar, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, is traveling around the world in 110 days. When he was in Belgrade last week, he went to Belgrade’s beach, Ada Ciganlija. It seems Tony Ehrbar liked Belgrade’s most popular city beach, and had a great time there. Here’s a short excerpt, but it’s worth reading Ehrbar’s post “Fun in the sun…” in full:
That morning we rented bikes and pedaled 30 minutes along the river path – passing many rusted out and deserted boats along the riverside – although a significant portion had been converted into clubs and bars. We finally made it to the beach and found a restaurant with had free beach chairs – which was nice since the beach was made out of stones, not sand. We order a Jelen (beer), grabbed our books and sat back to enjoy the perfect weather. Whenever we got hot, we played a little water frisbee and whenever we got hungry or thirsty, we called over our waiter – it was quite relaxing. We ordered cevapci and pljeskavika – which are traditional Serbian sausages and hamburgers made with the same meat. If it weren’t for the fact that these sausages may be the most unhealthy meal in the world, I would eat this everyday for the rest of my life.