Although I was born and raised in Australia, I am genetically a Serb and this in itself means that my genes..
First…Trubači! During our stay in May and June of this year in Belgrade, we attended our baby niece’s christening which ended..
I have some exciting news (and this post will have to be considered as the first instalment) as I am..
Minus the skyscrapers, large crowds, and constant beeping taxi drivers, Dorćol (pronounced “dor – chol”) has been called Serbia’s version of “Manhattan” and..
Scent holds powerful memories. It’s well understood that our sense of smell can take us back in time and..
From the start, I want to say that there are much more than 3 places to take your kids in Serbia,..