Category Archives: 塞爾維亞 Serbia

第一百九十八天: 霸道王

這是共產和奧匈帝國建築物的對比

塞爾維亞,前南斯拉夫共和國的中堅份子,不讓科索沃、波斯尼亞等脫離共和國獨立

一直想來這裡看過究竟,一直不明白為了甚麼此國要這樣 “蝦蝦霸霸”,心想留得住共和國的身分,卻捉不緊國民的心也只屬徒然。然而來到了,我找不到一點點身經百戰的歷史痕跡,也沒察覺任何霸權影子… 都說新一代皆是幸福的,沒受過戰火洗禮,展現出來的均是歡顏和光鮮的打扮;我想,這個國家選擇了往前走… Continued 繼續看…

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Day 198: Leaving Serbia… confused.

Serbs whiling away the afternoon in Belgrade

Belgrade. The Serbian capital made a good stopover point as we prepare to cut through Romania from the west. There’s a pretty energetic vibe to the city, everyone seemed to be out and about – young adults hanging out at cafes; old folks playing chess in the park. I’m sure the nightlife here is as great as any Western European capital, though we were too tired (or old?) to see for ourselves. We could hear music thumping faintly in the distance, all the way from our hostel. Continued 繼續看…

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Snapshots: 巴爾幹半島 Balkans

Rovinj, a picturesque town on the Istrian coast.
Pink & violet are signature colours of the Croatian sunset.
Boats docked at Rovinj’s harbour, Croatia
White graves of those who gave their lives in the Bosnian conflict.
Different years of birth, same year of death.
Golden statue of Bill Clinton rising before the proud phrase: ”No Negotiation. Self Determination!”,
a strong reminder of Kosovo’s desire for independence, which was backed by the Americans.
Creepy Gjirokastra trapped in time, Albania

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