Dijana, my host in Podgorice (Montenegro) // November 13th 2012 Finding a host in Montenegro was no easy task, for the first time ever while traveling this way I’ve had to stay in a hotel for one night. I spent a whole evening asking between 40 and 50 people to host me, in vain. I couldn’t believe it. Usually it’s so simple; I’ve never had to ask more than 10-15 people and usually I only have to get 4 or 5 five NO’s before someone agrees. Maybe it was just bad luck, or maybe I was at the bad place at the wrong time: a city center in the night time filled with young people who in Montenegro usually either live with their family or in very small flats. Next day I gave it one more try and found a host within 30 minutes. And what a host it was! Thanks Dan for putting us in contact, and thanks a thousand times for you hospitality Dijana! More? ☞ #OsloBeirut on “Angles”

Dijana, my host in Podgorice (Montenegro) // November 13th 2012

Finding a host in Montenegro was no easy task, for the first time ever while traveling this way I’ve had to stay in a hotel for one night. I spent a whole evening asking between 40 and 50 people to host me, in vain. I couldn’t believe it. Usually it’s so simple; I’ve never had to ask more than 10-15 people and usually I only have to get 4 or 5 five NO’s before someone agrees. Maybe it was just bad luck, or maybe I was at the bad place at the wrong time: a city center in the night time filled with young people who in Montenegro usually either live with their family or in very small flats.

Next day I gave it one more try and found a host within 30 minutes. And what a host it was! Thanks Dan for putting us in contact, and thanks a thousand times for you hospitality Dijana!

More? ☞ #OsloBeirut on “Angles