Monthly Archives: November 2013

Eurotrip – Sarajevo, 11 November 2013

I would have liked a good night’s sleep but unfortunately we’re in the centre of the old town. Which in this case doesn’t mean drunks, it means dawn prayer calls from the mosque right opposite our apartment. Oh well. After … Continue reading

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Eurotrip – Sarejevo, 10 November 2013

We packed up and waited for the apartment owner to arrive – he ended up sending his father, who came half an hour late and didn’t speak English, but managed to be incredibly friendly towards us. I’d already bought bus … Continue reading

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Eurotrip – Belgrade, 9 November 2013

This was one of the better days on the trip. We booked an Underground Tour of Belgrade with Get2Serbia, and it turned out really well. We were the only people on the trip (the guide said that sometimes he’s had … Continue reading

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Eurotrip – Belgrade, 8 November 2013

Another slowish day in Belgrade. We visited the Tesla Museum, which was interesting but really only worth a short visit. They have a couple of interactive exhibits where they generate high-voltage electricity using Tesla’s own devices, and you can see … Continue reading

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Eurotrip – Belgrade, 7 November 2013

We again take it slowly today, splitting up to do some tourist browsing of various spots. I take some photos of the fortress (we’d left our camera at home yesterday) including the tanks and artillary of the military museum. We … Continue reading

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Eurotrip – Belgrade, 6 November 2013

We take it easy today: a late start, some food at the apartment and then wander up to explore the Belgrade fortress. It’s an impressive place – it takes up a lot of space and has various monuments (of victory, … Continue reading

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Eurotrip – Belgrade, Serbia, 5 November 2013

The walk back to the bus station seems easier than the walk from the station, and after a little confusion we’re onboard the bus (I ended up only buying one ticket, after some confusion with the seller, but sorted it … Continue reading

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