- MINI TRIATHLON 2: ON A CLOUDY DAY (Sep 5)
- “CARMINA BURANA” COMING TO TAŠMAJDAN TO MARK END OF SUMMER (Aug 25, 31)
BIKING TOURS OF BELGRADE
- BIKING TOUR OF BELGRADE (July 14)
- BIKING TOUR OF BELGRADe II (July 29)
- BIKING TOUR OF BELGRADE III (Aug 12)
- BIKING TOUR IV, A MINI TRIATHLON: A “RED DAY” ON BELGRADE RIVERS (Aug 22)
- BIKING TOUR V: A MINI TRIATHLON 2: ON A CLOUDY DAY
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An American in Serbia: From a Writer’s Notebook
In early May, I took off from my home in Arizona on “Spontaneity Trip of a Lifetime.” I knew my first destination – Belgrade, Serbia – but had no idea where I would end up after that (see- EUROPE 2018: FIRST STOP BELGRADE, THEN WHAT? AN AMAZING SPIRITUAL JOURNEY, NOT “JUST” AN OVERSEAS TRIP).
The upshot of that trip was the spirit guidance I received in Serbia that I return to my native city and spent the next six months at my new flat in the heart of the Old Town (Stari Grad). The mission: Help raise the vibration and spiritual consciousness of the Serbian people (see EPILOGUE: AN AMAZING SPIRITUAL JOURNEY, NOT “JUST” AN OVERSEAS TRIP).
And so now that I have been in Belgrade for several weeks, I have been living that dream. Every day has been a blast. And I have been sharing my experiences with my friends and the world through this blog.
I have been also receiving many flattering comments from readers, especially the Belgrade residents. Here’s what a neighbor of mine recently wrote to me, for example:
FRIEND [Jul 19, 2018]: Judging by your Journal, I feel as if we don’t live in the same city 😉…
BOB [Jul 19, 2018]: Why not?
FRIEND [Jul 19, 2018]: Because you take part in so many events that I would never have heard of had I not seen your pictures…
Others have told me similar things, both verbally and in writing. Which gave birth to an idea this morning that maybe I should start formally a Belgrade Journal as a regular column at this website. And perhaps even syndicate it through other media, both in English and in Serbian (if I can find a good translator as I used to have when I had regular columns at Beograd.com many years ago.
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In the meantime, I have already incorporated here the recent stories from my Belgrade Journal which you can access below.