For a long time, I found Belgrade to be too hectic and confusing, and consequently I avoided exploring the city, traveling to it only when I was supposed to meet with friends. After some time, list of friends of people from Belgrade grew, but also work led me to, more or less, regularly visit Serbia’s capital. Not long after, I felt comfortable wondering around it and first thing that drew my attention was the street art .
While ago I planned to start describing one part of my garden at the end of the each month. Well, apart from the first and only post, I didn’t really move from there. Not so long ago I stumbled upon one gardening blog, which started a trend of reviewing the garden at the end of the each month. Anyone can join in with their review, and a lot of people actually do so, sharing their blog posts in the comments of the original poster of the view. So I thought to my self, this is what I wanted to write about anyways, but in this way I just might push myself to write about the garden on a regular basis. Let’s see if I manage.
One of the reasons I like living in Sremski Karlovci is the fact that many tourists visit the town. Most of the tourists are just regular sightseeing visitors that do not linger long during their visit. Small number of people stay a bit longer, and those are usually tourists which accidentally end up in the town, and they like it so much in the end, that the decide to explore a bit more, or participants, that come from all around the world to various educational and volunteer programmes that are implemented in ‘Eco Center Radulovački’. I usually enjoy spending time with them, because such people bring different perspectives on various topics. They make you see the local reality in a different colour. Continue reading Sremski Karlovci and the colour yellow