Crossroad Belgrade Hostel
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... the place was real cool - was a shame we couldn't squeeze in an actual meal there. Learnings of the day: 1. Havaianas are half the price in Serbia vs. London. We stocked up :) 2. Serbia make better/more sturdy constructed camp chairs - replacement to camp chair B found 3. Serbia had some super large money during their days of hyper-inflation - five hundred thousand million dinars!! (500 000 000 ...
... despite us being the only customers, the service was incredibly slow and put vera and Tommy somewhat up against it to make their 11am train. I took Rita's backpack as we scampered towards the station, we hoped. It soon became clear that although we had a general idea if direction, it was not as straightforward as hoped, as confirmed by locsls dishing out differing directions. The clock was ticking down - crystal maze or anneka rice style - and ...
... bus to the home ground of Partisan Belgrade. We bought our tickets, were fully body searched and entered the ground. There didn't appear to be set seats and nobody was actually sitting but standing or jumping around chanting. I haven't been to many football matches so I don't know if this is common but the chants were pretty impressive even in Serbian! The match got underway and I looked for the oppositions fans. There appeared to be 6. One of the boxes had the flag of ...
... at most is probably equal to about 80p, but that's not far off a large beer if you go to the right place! well as I leave Serbia I never did manage a trip to Novi Sad, but did enjoy my time in Belgrade. not my favourite place as it did seen to have the hectic lifestyle of a major capital city, something that I didn't feel in Sarajevo. it was still good to visit though, if only for the nightlife alone. and of course I can tick an Easter in Serbia off my bucket list! ...
I have to admit that I was more than a little bit skeptical when we arrived into Belgrade train station. The train station is located in the rough part of town, where Serbia's checkered past is still very present. Feeling a little uneasy, I said goodbye to the people I had met on the train and hopped on the tram to find my hostel. Any negative feelings I had about Belgrade quickly ...