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... painless and a very insubstantial stamp in the passport but at least we got one. We stopped once after that to pick some people up but that was really it which was a bit surprising seeing as the trip ended up taking over seven hours and well past the hours of dinner which no one seemed to realise that this was to happen. The girl who was sitting next to me was from Belgrade and she seemed quite excited that we were going there because she thought it was awesome and it didn't get ...
Leaving our apartment (locked and secured), Rose and I made our way to the Republic Square for one of Belgrades free walking tours. Our guide Katrina, led us on an interesting tour through the heart of Belgrade old town. Finishing at one of Serbia's most famous kafana restaurants "?", a poor excuse for an Aussie BBQ. Some of the highlights included: - Kalemegdan citadel - Bohemian quarter - Silicon Valley: named after the woman ...
DAY 239–241 – 26/08/13-28/08/13 – SARAJEVO – BELGRADE (SERBIA)
Our time in Sarajevo and BiH was done and as we had seen the little boys in the Yugoslavian wars it was time to visit the big boys in Serbia; and there are none more bigger than Belgrade itself. Belgrade was the pride in the Yugoslavia helm; it became the capital of the former Yugoslavia and housed all the eccentric former leaders of this bygone era. The two most famous, ...
... We met up with Zoran right after we crossed the bridge from New Belgrade (where the Hotel Oasis is) into Old Belgrade (where Zoran and Dunja live) and followed him to their apartment building. Zoran and Dunja and their two sons and families conveniently all live in the same building. One of their sons, Branko, and his wife, Emma, and child, Iskra, were out of town - in Milna, actually - and they ...
... Serbian food and drink to introduce me to. I think, based on their list, I will probably gain ten pounds in Serbia alone. Last night, they introduced me to rakia, a traditional Serbian alcoholic drink. They started me off easy, getting me rakia sweetened with honey. I am really excited to do more with this awesome group of people and meeting them reminded why I love to travel so much!
Also, happy fourth of July! Light a sparkler for ...