Yesterday I was out visiting the suburbs of Belgrade. It was really inspiring, without a doubt more inspiring than the touristic center…
Morcky on his third day in Belgrade, Serbia.
“There is a lot to see and lot to do and lot to get lost in. The Belgrade structures and textures are getting to me. it is a great looking mess.”
Earlier today I tried to walk into a train tunnel, to catch a glimpse of the tunnel. But some construction works saw me and told me to leave. I decided to go back again in the night. After waiting for half an hour at the platform I took my chance and walked down the track into the tunnel of central station Split. In the tunnel I met a couple homeless people who lived down in the tunnel, when they saw me the started shouting at me. But I handed out some cigarettes and everything was okay. I talked with some people and drank a bit of wine with a guy from Germany.
Being in Split for two days has been the complete opposite experience from being on the Lastovo island. I’m glad I experienced both.
The last two days of my trip I’m spending in Split. After having been on island with almost no people around I have to get used to being in the city again. This morning I got up early again to walk around the market where people sell their locally produced food and other stuff. After a short little breakfast in the harbour I sat down to draw some more elements for the print. After that I walked towards the station, where I tried to walk into the tunnel, but after 50 meters I walked into some construction works who told me to get out. So unfortunately I only have pictures of the entrance!
From Ubli I went to Pasadur and after a short walk and a climb up the hill I reached a deserted army station, which I had hear about. Thrown in windows, a rusted guard tower, and old decaying wall paintings. Time has stood still here, very glad to have seen this part of Lastovo while I was here.