We are stuck in Pljevlja.
We have to make phone calls today, but do not want to run the risk of buying new Serbian SIM cards and rather use the remaining volume on the Montenegro SIM cards. We want to upload last days pictures. We have to fix a tire puncture.
Max elevation: 1442 m
Min elevation: 797 m
Total climbing: 1863 m
Total descent: -2042 m
Total Time: 10:58:09
Less than 3 minutes for the repair itself. Less than 10 minutes including saying “Hello” and paying the bill – 2.50 Euro only!
Max elevation: 1994 m
Min elevation: 814 m
Total climbing: 2142 m
Total descent: -2503 m
Total Time: 09:13:15
Max elevation: 1996 m
Min elevation: 876 m
Total climbing: 2950 m
Total descent: -2906 m
Total Time: 08:10:08
One of the best places ever. Situated on the cliff of the canyon. Accessible 1 km from the paved road, up a steep meadow.
Schnaps for early arrivals / the family at Crkva Sv. Ilije.
Catering team has done their work before baptism is finished.
A big bread is turned around by the congregation alongside with singing.
Then, the bread is broken into half and people start kissing the interior.
Latest merchandise on offer in front of the church.
Max elevation: 2016 m
Min elevation: 233 m
Total climbing: 3430 m
Total descent: -3467 m
Total Time: 08:27:42
We need a good enough network. The GMon app helps find it.
A. making a phone call in the off-road office.
We met an Austrian 4×4 car shortly before arriving at the lake. They told us that they had fled the lake since severe partying started with large tents being built.
So we decided to stay on a hill top near the lake and to explore the lake tomorrow.
Max elevation: 1826 m
Min elevation: 890 m
Total climbing: 3138 m
Total descent: -2905 m
Total Time: 08:07:08
The passenger power window could not be closed for some months with the switch on the driver’s side. No problem so far since the passenger side switch worked.
Today, the rear window on the driver side could not be closed by any switch. This is a problem since it was open.
Checking the repair manual, A. identified the “terminal 2” wire as the culprit. Let’s hope the failure is in the switch box on the driver side!
Disassembling and re-assembling the kit…
Result: Rear driver side window can be closed. What a success!
Funny: The other failure (passenger side window switch on the driver side still does not work.
These are the photos of just today!
The guy on the right showed us pictures of him in a uniform – from fighting the Kosovo war near the Serbian border. He spoke some French and Russian and was delighted by our OSM/ Locus Maps solution.
The guy on the left observed us and did not look like a forestry worker too much.