My two weeks in Serbia went by so fast! It was an awesome experience and a once in a lifetime opportunity to live like a local in former Yugoslavia and see my friend at the same time, one of the best decisions of my life I would say. Here's some anti-climatic pics.
A popular street in BelgradeJelena said that after every new government is instated (and it happens a lot in Serbia) they change the names of the streets and sometimes the town in Serbia so that its quite difficult to remember and sometimes the different generations will refer to the same street as different names because it keeps changing... very Orwellian. But this is a nice looking street.
The Royal Palace in BelgradeWhen Slobodon lost the election and wouldn't step down in 2000 millions of people came to Belgrade and stood on the lawn and protested. Good for them, fight the power!
The ParlimentOh another anecdote: the passports in Serbia still say Yugoslavia because they don't want to change it to Serbia and Montenegro because Montenegro wants to leave so then they'll probably have to change it AGAIN so everyone has passports for a country that doesn't exist.