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Camembert that's been baked inside bread. Using a machine to take the strain of making the dough, the resulting bread was scrumptious to say the least.
Every September for the past 4 years, in a remote farm near the village of Rekavice, high above the river River Vrbas, just south of Banja Luka, there has been a gathering of International Climbers and High-Liners.
I have driven past this rusting train for decades and have always wondered about it. Apparently, it was used by Tito and his partisans in World War 2, and was left here in 1944.
As you walk along Gospodska, you'll notice small alleyways that lead to an amazingly quaint, but until recently a rather run down, area of mainly gold and silver shops and trendy coffee bars.
I might be wrong, but this area is called Stari Zanatski, roughly translated, means "Old Craftsmen".
You might like to check out my top 10 Cool Instagram Accounts, About the Balkans To Follow, that give other pictorial perspectives of the region and who I enjoy following.
The Banja Luka area of Borik, is extremely interesting as it has huge murals on some of the otherwise rather drab, Titovian buildings that house most of Banja Luka's inhabitants.
The Work Away concept fits (I think), under the banner of “Slow Tourism”, as it is immersion into the culture and environment wherever stayed, experiencing things that otherwise there would be no opportunity to.
The name Dajak comes from the wooden pole, some 4 meters long, that is used to push the boat against the current of the River Vrbas, where a paddle would not be helpful, because the river is not deep enough.
The Best restaurant in Novi Sad, is by far, the Lazin Salaš, a restaurant that serves local food in an authentic Vojvodinan atmosphere.