Travel Blogs from Serbia and Montenegro

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Transitions, Beograd, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Transitions

A travel blog entry by bsuarez

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... since a bit of political tussles) girl - "Oh no, it's very beautiful here" (I focus on the future and the hopes of Serbia and not on the past) lady - "Yeah, I even went to Montenegro, but it's so rocky over there, you know?" (I hope you like that ...

Kotor between the Serbs and Albanians., Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Kotor between the Serbs and Albanians.

A travel blog entry by gr8escape

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(C) I've had a very romantic image of Montenegro that goes back many many years and at least as far as the last James Bond movie where they played the million dollar poker game in a place called Montenegro actually filmed in Vancouver.  But seriously ...

Beautiful Montenegro and rain again, Budva, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Beautiful Montenegro and rain again

A travel blog entry by carleenrenee

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... . I remain hopeful, however. We're here until Sunday, so there is bound to be at least one day of sunshine. Right? *Update: The country of Serbia and Montenegro was formed on February 5, 2003, when the former Yugoslavia Republic disbanded and ...

Pristina, Kosovo, Pristina, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Pristina, Kosovo

A travel blog entry by hippler

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... later. We took a cab direct to the room. That's a rarity. I have a "thing" against cabbies worldwide. They are generally thieves and at the least, overcharge foreigners on a regular basis. But it was dark, we were cold, and the 5 euros we spent was well ...

Riding, Sveti Stefan, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Riding

A travel blog entry by lilyc

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Got to the Happy Hippo Hostel in Budva, Montenegro where I would set up camp for the longest stay this month (6 nights). I'm a sucker for free internet and DVD library. It's pretty much the only formal hostel in ...

SERBIA!, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

SERBIA!

A travel blog entry by justin

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Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by b.a.manzella

... fried cheese which was quite nice. Took a train 100kms out of Sofia, which cost 2.90 Lev. Got to a small town 50kms from the Serbia/Bulgaria border. Walked for a while to the freeway to try and get a ride. Was there for an hour or so before I was picked ...

Bays of Kotor, Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Bays of Kotor

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley

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Up early again, I was picked up at 7.30am for a day trip to Montenegro! I had been looking forward to going to Montenegro for ages! We were a fairly small group, in a small coach. We headed south, away from Dubrovnik. The border crossing was fairly ...

Starting the process for my İranian visa, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Starting the process for my İranian visa

A travel blog entry by dinovagabond

... I would arrıve and leave Iran. I learned that I could make changes to my ıtınerary whıle I am ın Iran but the arrıval and departure dates couldnt change. So I pıcked Sept 5 as my arrıval date and I would leave about 3 weeks later. I could actually ...

One beautiful moment, Prizren, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

One beautiful moment

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

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... guard. It seemed quite strange to see these places, often just skeletens of buildings, protected by large fences, armed guards and occasionally tanks. There not being an awful lot to see around town as such (though pleasant enough to stroll aimlessly ...

Appealingly ugly, Subotica, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Appealingly ugly

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

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... , but even that was overshadowed by the rediculously flambouyant Raichle Palace. A monstrosity of a building, far too elaborately decorated and styled, I couldn't help but smile when I looked at it. I was really disappointed to discover the gallery within ...

May the fourth be with you., Petrovac, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

May the fourth be with you.

A travel blog entry by susansantiago

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... where we are situated. Then I bought lunch fixings for tomorrow. Cleaned up and drank the rest of the wine from yesterday. Then it was dinner and an informative film on the birds, people and environment of Montenegro. A very enjoyable day. Sweet ...

Soooo hot....want to touch the heiny....aaaaoooooo, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Soooo hot....want to touch the heiny....aaaaoooooo

A travel blog entry by lkandmax

... .  At night we tried to go to the floating clubs on the river, but we went at midnight, which was apparently a few hours before people start showing up so we had a few overpriced cocktails and left.    ...

Crna Gora, Ulcinj, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Crna Gora

A travel blog entry by cjabroad

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Montenegro is no longer politically connected with of Serbia, but Travelpod seems a bit behind the times.  Of course, they didn't check our passports between the two ...

Budva, Budva, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Budva

A travel blog entry by lilyc

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... decided to relax in Budva after last two days of productive sightseeing. Enjoyed sitting out on the deck staring out at the Adriatic Sea and little island "Sveti Nikola" in front of me and Old Town walls to the right. Ate my beef jerky from Taiwan, the ...

Kotor town on the coast of Montenegro, Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Kotor town on the coast of Montenegro

A travel blog entry by dresden

Old habour town with an old castel. For me mor impressive than ...

Refurendum Success!, Ulcijn and Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Refurendum Success!

A travel blog entry by mjlankers

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... ready for the worldcup, Montenegro was going through its 2006 referendum that officially made them separate state from Serbia. (Serbia and Montenegro played together through the tournament) We jetted through Albania, knowing we had to meet Greg in ...

Montenegro, Serbia and Montenegro, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Montenegro

A travel blog entry by redtilly

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... and downs, on the road , that is.  The scenery was just outstanding.  Steep high mountains, beautiful blue coloured water and a lot of small rock tunnels.  There were also several rafting camps on both sides of the border We thought that we ...

Zajecar to Kladovo, Kladovo, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Zajecar to Kladovo

A travel blog entry by sethandholly

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Dinars anyone, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Dinars anyone

A travel blog entry by papayaprincess

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... stay there unpleasant!  However I would like very much to go back someday and have a more favourable experience! Some interesting things about Serbia though: Most tourist related establishments are monitored by the government to protect tourists ...

Kosovo, Pristina, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Kosovo

A travel blog entry by schwate

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Hallo zusammen und Gruesse aus dem Kosovo. Kosovo ist der Welt juengster Staat, es hat 2007 seine Unabhaengigkeit erklaert, aber nur einige wenige Staaten haben sie bisher anerkannt. Daher kann ich es noch nicht zaehlen:-) Aber falls es mal UN Mitglied ...

last days of tanusha, Kosovo/tanusha, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

last days of tanusha

A travel blog entry by raistlin22384

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... .  went to lunch. albert told me about drama.  Now we are going to clean up the camera, get everything working, and prepare for another little village that apparently is more beautiful and remote than this last one, then im going to get a ...

Belgrade, Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade, Serbia

A travel blog entry by dabassisst

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... , and other important buildings. One significant thing he pointed out was the scattered bombed out buildings located on Government row, and a roadway containing many NATO embassies. The buildings serve as a reminder to NATO on what they did to the country ...

Surprenante Serbie, Beograd, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Surprenante Serbie

A travel blog entry by helenkapou

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En Croatie, quelques fois, on me demandait: "hey, tu comprends quand meme bien le Croate, ou as-tu appris?". En Bosnie: "hey, tu comprends quand meme bien le Bosniaque, ou as-tu appris?". Maintenant, en Serbie: "hey, tu comprends quand meme bien le ...

Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Serbia

A travel blog entry by redtilly

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We crossed into Serbia and stayed at a truckstop for the night and headed back about 8 kilometres to visit Nis the next morning to have a look at an old concentration camp from WW II.  It was quite a small camp but had had about 35,000 people pass ...

The most scenic place I've ever thrown up, Durmitor NP, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

The most scenic place I've ever thrown up

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

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... by taking hundreds of pictures through the window as everyone else was attempting to sleep. Even the border between Bosnia and Montenegro was impressive. Crossing a rather alarmingly frail bridge, Bosnia on one side and Montenegro on the other, the ...

Bulgaria to Serbia by bike, Pirot, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Bulgaria to Serbia by bike

A travel blog entry by sethandholly

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a crawl past the Montenegro/Albania border, Ulcinj, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

a crawl past the Montenegro/Albania border

A travel blog entry by lilyc

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...  I asked to be dropped off at the Velika Plaza 2 km further (appropriately named "Big Beach" as it is the biggest in Montenegro), the price jacked up to triple what it would be normally. Greediness must have set in as the taxi driver ruminated how to ...

La ciudad gris, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

La ciudad gris

A travel blog entry by warm

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... hora! Ni nos atreviamos a hablar mucho para no atraerlos. Que buscaban en los asientos? Que es lo que se "trafica" entre Serbia y Rumania? Definitivamente algo huele a chamusquina aqui. Echamos a andar pero al rato el tren para de nuevo. Ahora es el ...

Breaking up the journey, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Breaking up the journey

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

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... in Serbia. There turned out to be some problems with this. Most importantly, the fact that as Serbia doesnt recognise Kosovo as an independant territory, and the borders into Kosovo are UNMIK (UN mission in Kosovo) controlled, I didnt receive a Serbian ...

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