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... hours on coffee alone. It got pretty depressing after the first day. I'm not sure if they're representative of your average 25 - 35 year old or not.
There is also some feeling there that I can't put a finger on. Shame? Embarrassment? Denial? Serbia was the international pariah after the Bosnian conflict, especially after the world learned of the Srebrenica Genocide. I'm not sure this generation has come to terms with it. The ...
... we would get too fat and need to buy an entirely new wardrobe to get us through the rest of the trip!
Though we didn't partake in the nightlife here, Belgrade has become quite famous for it, with scores of Northern and Western Europeans coming here for weekend getaways. For the price of an average night out in a more affluent country like Sweden, for example, Swedes could afford an entire weekend of partying here ...
... of the largest Orthodox Christian Churches in the world, St. Sava, still under construction. The first photo is an early version of a "face check" at the fortress. Before entering you had to show your face in the circular opening, which was fairly low to the ground. If the guards thought you were a threat, you could not enter. Anyway, this walking tour was of course, in the pouring rain. Back on ...
... a bag with a 1.5l water bottle, 1 litre orange, 4 pack yogurt, bananas, chocolate bar, bread, biscuits, chips, all for only 700D ($8.50)
I think I was converting wrong as prices cant be that cheap but when I checked online I was correct!
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... hikes and seeing the sites. The palace is unique in that it is not a stand alone ruin, but the city grew around it over the years, so there are actually apartments, shops, and restaurants attached to the the walls and ruins of the Palace. After my time in Croatia I got back on the train to Ljubljana for the night. It would have been nice to spend some more time in Slovenia and Croatia, but I needed to move on in order to be able to make a flight window to ...