Travel Blogs from Serbia and Montenegro

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La ville que j'aurai le moins vue..., Novi Sad, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

La ville que j'aurai le moins vue...

A travel blog entry by helenkapou

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Je ne sais pas si je suis chanceuse ou que les gens sont tout simplement gentils et curieux a Novi Sad, mais je crois que si j'y etais restee un mois, j'aurais connu la moitie de la ville! Je n'avais que tres peu de temps a Novi Sad puisque j'allais ...

Scaredy cat, Uzice, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Scaredy cat

A travel blog entry by aspenchi

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That night I made some friends to travel to Uzice with the idea of camping. It was me, Lios (Israel), Harry (Australia), and Charlene (Canada). We were going to meet up with her the next day in Uzice and we went our separate ways, or at least I did. I was ...

An endearingly rubbish tour, Gadime caves, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

An endearingly rubbish tour

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

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... sights as such, the tour coinsisted mainly of the guide pointing out various rock formations that had a vague resemblance to other things. If you squinted a bit. And had a very active imagination. It was wonderfully rubbish. I enjoyed myself ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by tompsblogs

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... has become famous, but in my solitude I had failed to embrace it, and it too had failed to reach out to me. And so I would leave Serbia with tepid memories, but equally with the feeling that on another day I might just have had the craziest fun night of ...

Totally its own country!, Budva, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Totally its own country!

A travel blog entry by mishaley

... now its own country (that 6-0 thrashing by Argentina in the World Cup first round must've been the last straw leading to Serbia and Montenegro's breakup) and also that we met a guy there from Cal, who runs a hostel in Budva , which is in Montenegro, which ...

A significant change of scenery, Subotica, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

A significant change of scenery

A travel blog entry by xerius

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... with hideous tenement blocks, but the downtown core is a charming mix of Baroque buildings, humble Hungarian-style houses and grandiose Secessionist edifices. It's the latter that brings in the tourists, as the dramatic Hungarian-style Art Nouveau ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by emily_and_marko

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... is evidence of struggle in certain areas of Belgrade, the city seems to be slowly healing itself. Tito's grave, Kalemegdan and Skadarlia were a few of the traditional Yugoslavian attractions which we enjoyed very much. The internet here is extremly ...

Wanted: Belgrade?, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Wanted: Belgrade?

A travel blog entry by stevecori

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... former occupants have relieved themselves on the floor. S/he must have a thing for the silent, taciturn types that ignore greetings and other basic human pleasantries. I am: a masculine capital city in the Balkans with a rowdy past and great arms (the ...

Vistas, sweat and switchbacks, Petrovac, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Vistas, sweat and switchbacks

A travel blog entry by susansantiago

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... poles on the rocks, the flowers, the beer. After dinner a local man who lived in Australia explained the Montenegran culture, history and political past. It was very informative but my bones were aching and it was hard to muffle my yawns. I washed off ...

The Slow Train to Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

The Slow Train to Belgrade

A travel blog entry by victoriaboynton

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... (see pics) but somehow are still standing. Carl also treated himself to a "Severe Serbian Haircut" which included a wedge! After the 2 really good days we decided it was time to move on and boarded the overnight train from Belgrade to Bar in ...

Oct 24, 2009, Budva, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Oct 24, 2009

A travel blog entry by mylifesjourney

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Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by tarah51

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... some eastern european blood floating around in the gene pool - that would explain ALOT. i bailed on the beerfest after the beatles cover, and headed back to the hostel. i had to leave fairly early, because i was flying solo - the only other person in ...

33 The Fear Factor, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

33 The Fear Factor

A travel blog entry by springy100

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... Gora Distance 145km Best bit, riding with the pack Worst bit, having to shout at a particulary ignorant driver   Dejan and Barnie {local bike mechanic} rode with me to the feet of the Fruska Gora hills, stuffed me with strawberry chocolate ...

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 ...

Big storms hit the beach, Budva, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Big storms hit the beach

A travel blog entry by eddieandlynn

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We've never seen anything like these storms, it was pretty intense.  more to follow ...

Five hours in Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Five hours in Belgrade

A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk

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I am taking the cheapest flight from Dubrovnik to Athens, but this means it takes much much much longer than normal! I am going via Belgrade, Serbia, landing at 16:15, with my next flight at 00:30! So, there's no way I'm going to sit still at the airport! ...

The Balkan Express Part 2, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

The Balkan Express Part 2

A travel blog entry by the_stamms

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... arrangements were resolved. 6:48 PM - Snoring resumes. 7:10 PM - At a stop in the southern regions of Serbia, more passengers began to board, and we got another roommate. He was an older gentleman with a gold tooth, and he was extremely polite and ...

Beautiful Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Beautiful Belgrade

A travel blog entry by dresdenfae

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... . Today it is a military church. I popped in and could just see some amazing mosaics, however there was a service going on and I didn't want to intrude. Right next door is the St. Petka Chapel. This was jammed packed with people waiting in line ...

A little diversion, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

A little diversion

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

... Budapest? Well, David needed to get down to Istanbul and couldn't go via Romania (visa troubles), so decided to go via Serbia instead. Cutting a not very long, but slightly intoxicated story short, Ashley, Yuji and I decided to go along to Belgrade with ...

32 If you go into the woods today...., Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

32 If you go into the woods today....

A travel blog entry by springy100

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... Best bit: rolling hills Worst: leaving Vukova before the final concert of that German orchestra Distance 84km So far Serbia wins on friendliness and draws equal number one for stupid drivers. As I left the haunting Vukovar I was chilled by the ...

Montenegro, Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Montenegro

A travel blog entry by sarahx

... ! The border crossing was very quick and easy- the driver seemed to know the guards so that probably made things easier. Montenegro is beautiful. I cant really explain the change in atmosphere, as the scenery is probably similar to Albania, but it just ...

montenegro, Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

montenegro

A travel blog entry by amandane

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... our way to the bus stop just down the road from where we were staying. Today would involve travel from Shkoder (Albania) to Kotor (Montenegro) and we would need to catch two buses to make the journey. Our two buses connected in a town to the southern end ...

Where did the lights go??, Prishtina, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Where did the lights go??

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

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... the troubled Kosovo region of Serbia (for the moment, at least; a referendum on independence is on the cards following the separation of Montenegro) is perhaps not the most scenic of cities. Some might say it's really quite ugly. Me, for one. However, for ...

34 to 36 Mr dark cloud follows me to Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

34 to 36 Mr dark cloud follows me to Belgrade

A travel blog entry by springy100

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... when I picked up a few eccentrics on the way, especially one lady who kept spraying me with spittle when she talked! and a guy who said he was a dentist and who reminded me of the dentist in little Shop of Horrors (the crazy one who ...

Kotor, Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Kotor

A travel blog entry by cjabroad

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The Worlds Newest Country!, Budva, Montenegro, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

The Worlds Newest Country!

A travel blog entry by victoriaboynton

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... on time journey was in store for us on the overnight train from Belgrade to Bar. We shared a compartment with 3 other people and there wasnt much snoring or any other dusturbances! Some of the scenery as we passed through Montengro was amazing with sheer ...

Chasing monasteries and missing buses, Peja, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Chasing monasteries and missing buses

A travel blog entry by xerius

... 't until perhaps 5:45 that I finally arrived at the gates of the monastery, after a beautiful rural walk along farmland and forested mountains. Again, a marvelous site for a monastic complex. The monks were just commencing preparations for a service when ...

Wild child of the Balkans, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Wild child of the Balkans

A travel blog entry by xerius

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Here I am in Serbia's capital and largest city. After the heavily Austro-Hungarian feel of Vojvodina and its cities of Subotica and Novi Sad, Belgrade is definite move closer to the Serbian soul. There are still some definite Central European influences ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by heidiandrew

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After Albania we were pretty hard critics on poor old Belgrade. It was nice, but we missed the Albanians. Just a quick stop before heading to ...

Relaxing on the coast, Budva, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Relaxing on the coast

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

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... arrived in the largest beach resort in Montenegro. Incidentally, it only occured to me that Montenegro actually means something when I saw the Serbo-Croatian translation and could relate it to what little Czech I know (most languages around eastern europe ...

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