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TravelPod Member ReviewsManga Hostel Belgrade
nice place and staff particularly cooperative, good location in the centre of the city, just in front of St.Mark church
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... was with some early morning returns to the hostel.
In the morning we were up and packed but needed to get some cash for our stay and transfer, Brendon set out to grab some which proved harder than expected and when finally the transfer and check out arrived was in a bit of a fluster. It may have been here that the Gopro was lost???
All loaded up though we were on the road and off towards Budapest, our hidden treasure chest.
The only bad thing was that the first shuttle that was available was at 6pm. I spent the day in the hostel just chilling with Tobias and Suzanne. They were in no hurry to go out in the rain either. By the time the shuttle picked up everyone in Sarajevo and we started to drive out of the city, it was 7pm, and then it ended up being a seven hour drive. There were six of us on the ride and unfortunately it was dark for almost the entire ...
... 8221; and all ordered the paella. A little heavy on the oil for our taste but we still enjoyed it. The riverfront has many restaurants, bars and terraces frequented by locals and few tourists.
Killing a Week Pretending Zemun is our Home
At breakfast, we met a Dutch couple who flew into Belgrade just for the week. While on ride on rented bikes along the riverfront they discovered one (of several) hostel boats. They described the one ...
It sucks being sick on the road. Have I said that before? It
seems to be never ending lately. I can't seem to shake this awful cough,
probably because I refuse to rest up and just keep going hard every night. I am
travelling after all.
So when I arrived in Belgrade I felt awful. First step was
to go to a chemist and get some cough syrup (because I hadn’t learned my lesson
from earlier). Second step was to finally buy some new shoes, because my ...
... the extent of hopelessness in this country for the younger, more aspirational generations. Massive unemployment, poor services and little hope of further education or training stunted their personal and social growth. The only ways to achieve anything were nepotism or escape. Both of these bright young men chose the latter, and were desperately looking for ways to get out.
“I have a girlfriend in New York,” declared the younger, confidently. “I ...