I must admit, I am little drunk right now.
Do you want to know what I did last week? Here are some short video compilation of my activities. Ahem, some views would be nice if nothing else. I appreciate it. Please, watch the whole thing. YouTube is funny like that. I won't end up in the recommended chart if you just click away after … Continue reading New VLOG video
This village is settled in between the hills on the slopes of Bukovik Mountain, just at the beginning of the forests that stretch over the whole mountain size and connect with its hills with the Bovan Lake. Primary source of income originates from lumbering and making lime by melting the limestone from the Mountain. At … Continue reading Legends of Sokobanja – Banja Jošanica
During the season of festivity and celebrations, many Europeans chose Serbia to spend their holiday in and meet a new culture. Traditional welcoming of a New Year is being held in every major square in every town Serbia has. During the main day of New Year's Eve, it is estimated that more than 600 000 … Continue reading New Year’s battlegrounds Serbia
Balkan people like to say: „Rakija – connecting people“ as a joke that originated from a commercial for the Nokia cell phones. Rakija is considered among the common folk as a jet fuel of southern Slavs, and their favorite drink. It is pronounced (/rɑːkiːɑː/ RA-ki-ya), but other Slavs have different names for it. So what … Continue reading Rakija – connecting people
The column marched forward, staring at the huge black gates of Ildok, that opened before us with the sounds of war drums and cheerful shouts of the crowd. Soon the flower placentals came down raining on tired soldiers and ecstatic energy flew bathing the firm repetitive stomps of boots. We moved slowly but steady. Our … Continue reading Price of combat
Intro West has its games and parties, but not the Slav drinking history that radiates with positivity and warmth. Drinking is somewhat a religious thing among Balkan folk, where alcohol is used at every event, him being bad or good. In Slav lands, Holy Days and liquor go hand in hand. It all began when … Continue reading Drinking customs in Balkan