Hostel Nis

Address: Dobricka 3A, Nis, 18000, Serbia | Hostel
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Bye :(

A travel blog entry by aspenchi on Jul 25, 2015

... from Serbia. He was very friendly. He bought us four rounds of beer, but Rachid and I found him a bit untrustworthy. In the end he drove us to the train station where it had been delayed till 4am. He waited with us for a few hours till he got bored and drove off. It was odd, but Hannah was sad he didn't say goodbye. ...

The Day I Ran Off A Cliff

A travel blog entry by joshua.forrest on Jul 02, 2015

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... girl we met on the bus headed from Sofia, Bulgaria to Nis. It wouldn't be enough time to do a proper trek. He then told us he could call a friend of his who does paragliding and ask him if he could pick us up in the morning and bring us out flying. Neither of us had ever done paragliding before so it seemed like the perfect choice. We said yes. I have a huge fear of flying, so I must have had a couple beers in my system at the time. We were to meet him the ...


A travel blog entry by hippler on Jan 03, 2015

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... said we should just go to Skopje, Macedonia and then from there take a bus to Pristina. There are hourly buses to Skopje. We talked a bit and agreed to do just that. It would turn a 3 1/2 hour journey into a 9 hour journey, but we'd get there. So we went south and then west and then north to get to Pristina. We were in 3 countries in one day and went through 4 border controls. It better be worth it!


Last stop in Serbia

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Sep 12, 2014

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... that spot for thousands of years. The fortress is now used as a kind of park and has quite a few restaurants and bars inside, which were pretty busy on a Saturday afternoon. The local ski club was hosting a rollerblade slalom race for kids as their summer training, so we watched that for a while which was pretty funny and just chilled on the grass.

Across the river into the town proper, we had heard that there was a giant mall underneath the length of the main street so ...

Medijana Roman Town and Tower of Skulls

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 04, 2013

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... a suite room which had a terrace overlooking the pedestrian street. This was the true penthouse suite, it had a living room, dining table, and bedroom with its own fireplace. Next time I should book that room