Monthly Archives: November 2014

Belgrade to Prizren (via Romania and Bulgaria)



It’s a well known fact among the travelling community that countries that are portrayed as being hostile or having a bad reputation are often the ones that are the most interesting to visit and indeed are usually the most welcoming. Serbia has been a good case in point. Yes it was a Serb who triggered … Continue reading Belgrade to Prizren (via Romania and Bulgaria)

Budapest to Osijek to Belgrade



Apparently if you can get to grips with the complexities of the Hungarian language then it should help develop your brainpower which is one of the reasons why Hungary has produced so many Nobel prize winners. And Enid Rubik. Oh and László Bíró. For a start there are 14 vowels with only subtle differences and … Continue reading Budapest to Osijek to Belgrade

Uzhhorod to Košice to Budapest



30th October to 6th November Our route so far has largely been dictated by a handful of pins in a map to mark places we definitely want to go through but linked together based on advice and recommendations from people we’ve met and information we’ve gained along the way. The next ‘pin’ to aim for … Continue reading Uzhhorod to Košice to Budapest