I mentioned to you previously– more like ages ago- that for some reason Serbians enjoy scribbling all over the city. And really, wherever you go around the city you’ll find stuff like this. It’s not only on walls, you can see train carts covered with amazing graffiti as well. The city is just covered in spray paint -some are really pretty and eye catching while others are just vandalism. So here’s a bunch of pictures I’ve taken in the time that I have been in Belgrade. I spent a bit of time collecting these, and some of these pictures I find very pretty, but there is a lot more to look at and admire, and I simply couldn’t . Hope you enjoy the gallery!
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I’ve been away for so long, but that’s only because I was busy having a good time and enjoying every moment while it lasted! I’m going to share everything about Serbia soon, but differently. I want to share everything about my summer and everything I loved in Serbia! So hold on and stay tuned 🙂 What made me write this post was the fact that I’m leaving. And I actually wrote it on my way to the airport. These eight weeks were such an amazing experience for me. I shared everything with a group of people that I didn’t know, but came to cherish. I had moments I will never forget and it saddens me that everything is over. But it was over at the right time, because I am left with beautiful memories and because I really miss my family and friends. I hope one day I can come back to the Balkans and have another great experience. But until then, it’s a big thank you to Serbia for giving me all this in such a small period of time 🙂
And now our plane is being called, so until next time … Volim te!
Hello everyone ❤
So my previous post about week 4 included so many interesting activities and pictures that I felt it was too long to add these videos to it as well. So if you missed the post you should check it out here. And if you are a loyal follower then enjoy the videos 😀
This video is the Indian dance from our cultural night on Friday. It was amazing. These guys planned it and choreographed their dance; it was really enthusiastic. Their dance tempted me to gather all the Lebanese to do the dabke.
This video is the Lebanese people doing the dabke that night! It was so much fun!
Finally, this video is of a lovely group of violinists and one cellist playing on Knez Mihailova on Sunday. Phenomenal!
Hope you enjoyed the videos … See you next time ❤
So hello there everyone 🙂 You can tell from the title that week 4 is over! I am half way through my stay in the lovely Belgrade. I really have mixed emotions about whether I want to go back right NOW or whether what I have left is so little! But hey, all good things come to an end. And I would be really happy to get back to everyone back home, especially my own bed ❤
So, how was my week, 4you may ask. Very good, very good indeed! Probably my best week so far.
So week 3 is FINITO, my post is a little bit late, but what can I do I’m a working lady ! And I don’t know if I should call this week a charm because Germany won the World Cup *sigh* but besides that it was a calm week. 🙂
Hello my lovely readers! As you know from before, I started my internship, but I didn’t mention that I am interning at EnergoProjekt Entel. Entel is a part of Energoprojekt (EP), which in turn, is a holding, I think. I have no idea about number of employees and stuff like that for EP, but I know that Entel has 153 employees in the head office (where I am 😀 ) with 70% of them being engineers, and approx. 300 in their offices in the gulf. I was really impressed by the company when I first saw it and I’m so happy to have this opportunity. And honestly, I enjoy coming to work – who knew that would happen 😛 Continue reading
Hello once again … Did you know that down here they have a lot of interesting stories to tell you when you come for a visit. Some are full of war and pride in their heritage and their accomplishments, while others are just very funny and interesting. I’m going for the second genre today.