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Is Serbia Safe For Foreigners

As well as the rest of former Yugoslavia

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Karl Haudbourg, the self-styled "Ambassador of Serbia to the World" and a guy that's doing great work to improve Serbia's international image, found my blog and after some back-and-forth conversation asked me to write an article for his webpage. His webpage is here: http://www.ambassador-serbia.com/ and my article is the current "featured article" titled "Is Serbia Safe For Americans and Other Foreigners". Check it out!

By the way - Some plans have changed: Originally I was going to head straight to Salzburg from Serbia but transportation options have become more difficult. So, instead I'm going to stop off in Ljubljana, Slovenia for a couple days. Ljubljana is one of my favorite cities (if not my outright favorite) in Europe. Over the past week I've been trying to figure how to get from southern Serbia to Salzburg and whenever I did so I ended up looking at Ljubljana on a map. Additionally, Mateja's got to get back to studying because he's got a major exam coming up in late August. So, this coming Friday morning (really, it'll still be Thursday night for me) at 1am I'm getting on a train in Nis bound for Ljubljana. I'll be staying there for two nights.

Posted by DavidJFabe 09:43 Archived in Serbia

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Wow, excellent article. Thanks for writing it for that organization.

by Byron Faber (Dad)

Interesting article! Pretty great that you were asked to contribute to the webpage, and you really came through! I learned a lot.

by Marty Huber

Your passion and knowledge came through again in this article. What an honor for you to be chosen to contribute on behalf of Serbian tourism!
(your proud Mom!)

by Carol Klontz

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