Travel Blogs from Serbia and Montenegro

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Open eyes, open wounds, Horgos, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Open eyes, open wounds

A travel blog entry by benjaminjarrett

... all. For me, it was a three-fold experience because I was there to learn from Min; but I also learned from everyone else and I was constantly aware of the people and there goings-on and learning there customs. That part was more important in the end ...

Kosovo, Pristina, Serbia travel blog


A travel blog entry by wendy84


... park. Shade! And there's a nice pizzeria in the park which also makes for a good place to have a beer before you head back to the Guesthouse to find your bed. I'm sad to leave Kosovo as there's so much more to see, but we're off now to Montenegro.  ...

Rafting on River Tara, Durmitor National Park, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Rafting on River Tara

A travel blog entry by timothei


... to the main bus station, where from the trip to Durmitor national park started. I paid 60 euros for a rafting trip, including breakfast and luch.. Well, the breakfast was ready, when we arrived there, at around 11:30 haha... It was tasty, and with full ...

Rafting in Monte Negro, Tara Canyon, Serbia travel blog

Rafting in Monte Negro

A travel blog entry by grouse


A big days travel, Budva, Montenegro travel blog

A big days travel

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

... the ride from Pristina to Podgorica was very much in the dark as the mountains in the north of Montenegro looked spectacular ( I could see the silouttes)  And the mountain passes and roads looked good even in the dark. Budva?  A "nice" old town ...

Day 20  Kotor, Montenegro, Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Day 20 Kotor, Montenegro

A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014


... old palaces (recycled into museums or public offices), small ancient churches (many Franciscan variants, incl St Clare), stairways, arches and quaintly named town squares (Flour Square, Milk Square etc), filled with cafes and bars under huge umbrellas. St ...

Gun running to Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Gun running to Serbia

A travel blog entry by furbyx4

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Falling in love with Montinegro, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Falling in love with Montinegro

A travel blog entry by marmite_boy


... drivers to give you a hoot to let you know they are passing, and occasionally people coming from either direction would honk and wave. In Montenegro however it was a very common occurrence (maybe one in 5 cars would wave and smile) they were so friendly ...

Novi Sad, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Novi Sad

A travel blog entry by gandablog


... (a plum brandy) at 10 am it was a little early but quite a good drop all the same. Slivovitz seems to be ubiquitous here in Serbia. It is drunk as an aperitif before a meal or as a greeting, hospitality dink as we might offer a cup of tea. It is made ...

From 5ks to half-marathons, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

From 5ks to half-marathons

A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin


... our favorites). Jared is making me say he let me have the first bite. So there. Haha We spent the evening walking around Belgrade and drinking beer (hey, we didn't have to run until Mom can stop rolling her eyes haha). The next day we went on ...

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