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... and clubs in Dorcol, an area dubbed by locals as Silicone Valley.
Obviously, they aren't talking about the city's high-tech sector, but the prevalence of buxom blondes jiggling up and down Strahinjica Bana, which has become a bit of a spectator sport in Belgrade, for both locals and tourists alike. The deal here is that this street is where guys come to show off their fancy cars, cruising the strip, or simply illegally ...
... the world on the ladder in the 24th and last position.
No. COUNTRY DAYS
1 THAILAND 40 DAYS
2 SLOVENIA 08 DAYS
3 CAMBODIA 20 DAYS
4 OMAN 05 ...
... so I will not be giving a history lesson on each part of the city or the landmarks we saw. If you are interested in learning more about a particular thing, click on the links. They will take you to pages with more information.
Unofficial Day One (Friday, August 16)
We crossed the Drina River and entered Serbia somewhere around 7:00 PM and estimated that we still had about ...
... The Orthodox church of St. Sava was our first stop--actually I am not sure if it was a church--when does a buiding under construction become a church? This particular church is enormous and has been under construction since 1935. At this point the outer building looks complete but the inside is a shell. Construction has been slow as they must rely on donations to advance the project. So, outside of the "wow" moment ...
... had emailed me and told me they’d ship on the 14th, plus they'd use a courier service. They had done neither. The books didn't ship until 17th and with regular mail.
I now told her that if post office had no answers, to ship a new set of books out TODAY, Thursday the 27th, using courier, and request Saturday delivery. She protested and said that the taxes would be so expensive. I said just do it and charge our credit card. In the end, we paid ...