Podcast #004 – Celebrating in Belgrade, Serbia

I’ve arrived in Belgrade and I’ve decided to stay a little longer in Serbia. Partially to digest the many impressions I’ve been bombarded with since I left Denmark 6-7 weeks ago and partially to get the time to work a little.

Belgrade is the city that was bombed by NATO in 1999 and this is something still very clear in the Serbs memory. While it was happening, they gathered on the bridges to protect them while they partied with live music. I talk to a Serb about this.

You will also join me on a trip to Novi Sad with three Australian backpackers and my Airbnb host Miloš. I became good friends with Miloš and his wife Marija. We were, among other things, to a concert together, and then we watched the Olympics water polo final and basketball together in their garden.

I didn’t have great expectations to Belgrade but it turned out to be an amazing city and especially the Serbs won my heart.

I LIVED HERE
I lived in this apartment in Belgrade. I can definitely recommend it  – especially the hosts Marija & Miloš.

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Politihovedkvarteret, der blev bombet i 1999 står stadig som dengang.

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På tur i Novi Sad med Miloš.

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Rakija er den nationale drik i Serbien.

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Mirkos fortalte om produktionen af Rakija.

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Lara, Nick & Miloš.

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Nick, Lara, Josh, Mirkos og Miloš – med frokost i haven.

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Tre skønne backpackere fra Melbourne, Josh, Nick og Lara.

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S.A.R.S. på Marlboro scenen.

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Miloš og jeg sang med på sangene.

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Marija og Miloš.

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“Vi” vandt guld.

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BBQ hos Miloš & Marija.

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Serbien vandt sølv i basket mod USA.

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I monibus på vej mod mit næste stop: Budapest.