Ciaoo! Hello! Hi!! Where have I been right!? Well I was too busy enjoying my time and making the best of it I couldn’t keep up with posting! But I am back to Lebanon, as I said earlier and back to posting!
After locking the apartment door for the last time!
So I did so much in the entire trip and especially in the few weeks that I missed my posting deadlines, but the only topic I could come up with as a come back post, is another Air Serbia review! (you can check the first one here!)Hopefully, this post will help me organize my thoughts, and post something about my time in Belgrade, but until then, this has to do.
I previously mentioned that I didn’t have such a pleasent experience with Air Serbia on my flight from Beirut to Belgrade; however, on the way back it was very different.
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 ❤
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 peeps! Today is my fifth day here and it is almost coming to an end. I’ve done so much in the past few days and met a bunch of great people that I can’t believe it has just been such a short time. The first day alone was super packed and was so long to the extent that things started getting blurry and mixing up with each other. On the first day alone I did so many things. Some of the places I managed to visit in the past couple of days are: the Kalemegdan fortress, which is one of the top things I spoke about in my previous post, the Zoo, Knez Mihailo Blvd (several times), Usce shopping center, Delta shopping center, Tashmegdan, the depot, and of course my work, among many other places.
One thing I was so happy about was seeing the view that I used as my header image. It’s just amazing to pass by and realize that this is it! And in person it is just something else.
Usce Shopping Center