How we celebrate International Workers’ Day (Labour Day)

A man is roasting a pork.

PICNIC+FRIENDS+BBQ =LABOR DAY Usually Labor day is associated with unions protesting against oppression, or at least with sending strong message by employees to employers that they are organized in claiming their rights guaranteed by the law. You might think that in Serbia, as former socialism country, this tradition is even stronger and more rooted in […]

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Serbia? Why on earth would you go there?

Girl is posing in village Sirogojno on Zlatibor

Was the common reaction I got from people when mentioning a visit that ‘far away Balkan country’ – or let’s say from those who actually knew where Serbia is. Well, honestly speaking, I could have found a list of reasons not to go myself: Serbia does not have any seaside, a lot of people who […]

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Exchanging money and paying in Serbia

Exchanging currencies when travelling can be tricky, especially if you travel to the part of the world where they are using currency for which you have never heard before. It gets even more confusing when all the prices in the country are expressed in Euros, everybody are mentioning Euros when talking about prices, but you […]

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