Travel Blogs from Belgrade
... unfashionable midget amongst the extremely tall and attractive Slavic men and women. The DJ was really good and it was a great people-watching experience. Belgrade really does come alive at night - it's known to be a great party city and people will travel there for stag and stagette parties. Blair and I made it until 1:30 am and then left our friends and grabbed a taxi home.
We were only there for a short time, but having an ...
We thought we'd set some context before documenting what we did today, so here goes... Belgrade lies at the mouth of the Sava and Danube rivers and has unfortunately always been situated between numerous superpowers, which has resulted in conflict since the 3rd century BC when the Celts first settled there.The Turks captured the city in 1521 and after a period of stable rule the ...
... your Christmas time fruit cake – this cake had a biscuit base, fresh raspberries and a cheese like filling – but, it wasn’t cheesecake!!!
A bus ride back to Belgrade and more traditional food for dinner, we eventually rolled back to our hostel and into our beds. Thank you Serbia for our full tummies!
Number of days: 6
Photos taken: 438
Distance Traveled: 409km
Calories in a burek: Don’t ...
... but he had never met him as by the time he found out where his father lived it was too late for him to make contact as he had died about 10 years ago. He has some half brothers and sisters living in NZ and has tried to make contact with them but they are not interested and he is quite sad about that. As there is no work for him in Serbia he says he has no option but to work away from home and he is training ...
... I don't know if it was good choice or not, I haven't seen Romania either, but I don't regret it, Belgrade is impresive, really masive and as the whole country not dangerous but pretty friendly. And the weather seems to be changing for better, less rain and temperature is slowly increasing.
160 kilometrów po opuszczeniu Budapesztu utknęliśmy w południowej części ...