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A brief introduction to Belgrade, the place to be

“Whoever is lucky enough to wake up in Belgrade this morning, could be satisfied that for today he achieved enough in life” – Dusko Radovic, Serbian writer & poet Count your blessings if you are lucky enough to wake up in Belgrade, this vibrant city presents many ways to spend your days and evenings. If … Continue reading

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Lamington: The break from reality

You deserve a break. A weekend getaway to recharge.  Somewhere tranquil. Lamington National Park is the getaway you won’t truly realise how much you needed until you’re 30 minutes deep into the rainforest – when your lungs fill to capacity, your body relaxes and your senses sharpen.  As cliché as it might be, nature allows … Continue reading

Celebrating Serbian-Orthodox Easter

For Serbian-Orthodox Easter (Uskrs) there is no Easter Bunny and there are no chocolate eggs.  Serbians still resist the commercialisation of Easter and continue with more traditional ways of celebrating. This year the Orthodox Christian Easter, which follows the Julian calendar, falls on the same date as the western churches using the Gregorian. On this day … Continue reading

Lightning Ridge’s incurable ‘opal fever’

Australian Traveller reader Aneta Nedimovic gets fossicking fever in outback Lightning Ridge, NSW, home to the famed black opal. For the past four hours, in the blazing sun and scorching 40-degree heat, I’ve been meticulously combing though mounds of rubble for miniscule shards of glimmering colour on an otherwise plain rock. From sheer desperation to find an … Continue reading

Serbian Film Festival

You’ve heard of the French and the Italian Film Festivals but you may have been unaware of the Serbian Film Festival. Dear film buffs and foreign film enthusiasts, add this gem to your calendar! Already in its 13th year, the Serbian Film Festival impresses audiences time and time again with its outstanding showcase of the … Continue reading

Through story and song The Barefoot Divas empower women

Radiating from the stage is raw emotion in its purest form, vibrating from the vocal cords of The Barefoot Divas and straight through the audience. You can feel their words, really feel them, as they pour their heart into every word they sing. Brisbane’s Powerhouse was the perfect setting for their Walk ‘A Mile In … Continue reading

Stillness of “Marina Abramović: The Artist is Present” moves audiences

There is much more to Marina Abramović than just being a ‘crazy’ and controversial performance artist. The feature-length documentary, Marina Abramović: The Artist Is Present, invites the audience to go behind the scenes as she prepares for a major retrospective of her work at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 2010. The … Continue reading

MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS: The Heist (Macklemore LLC)

Hip hop has been searching for a new superhero, and rapper Macklemore and producer sidekick Ryan Lewis, have responded. Like a good hero team should, they put their complementary skills together and pull off The Heist with incredible execution. The 15-track album is blunt, honest and authentic, with Macklemore’s raw emotional delivery perfect for tackling … Continue reading

Psychology disorder myth busting with Winnie-the-Pooh

Originally posted on Get Psyched!:
In light of Mental Health Week let’s bust a few myths about mental health with a little help from Winnie-the-Pooh characters. Winnie-the-Pooh was created by A. A. Milne in 1926 and later acquired by Disney. The children’s series was analysed by Dalhousie University’s Pediatrics Department who found the characters were textbook cases…

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