The Bay Of Kotor

We took an expensive car (driver set up by the nice owner of the hotel we were at) to bring us to the bay of Kotor, our first stop in Montenegro. Montenegro was part of former Yugoslavia and gained independence in 2006. The vote heralded the end of the former Union of Serbia and Montenegro –…

Sarah & Jevo

After a day full of war history, we decided to visit the city of Sarajevo as it stands today. In 2010, Lonely Planet’s “Best In Travel” nominated Sarajevo as one of the top ten cities to visit that year, and so far it has been absolutely amazing. After walking a little bit in the main plaza, we headed straight to…

The Sarajevo Siege

We were picked up from our hostel by the shuttle service 1 hr late. There is no public Transport between Serbia and Bosnia (they still don’t like each other, shocking!!) so travelers usually have to find a private transport or rent a car to cross the border into Bosnia. The drive was absolutely stunning and the…

The Balkans: Belgrade

We arrived at Serbia! when we exited Belgrade (Serbia capital) airport, the city received us with a thunderstorm. We took a public bus that droped us off at the bus station and from there we couldnt walk as originally intended so we took a taxi. Serbia is landlocked and borders Hungary to the north; Romania and Bulgaria…