CROATS VS SERBS and more by the Croatian Journalist


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CROATS VS SERBS and more by the Croatian Journalist



In today’s interview, we have Nadja, a digital nomad journalist, a business owner from Zagreb, Croatia. She shares his story of becoming a digital nomad, working remotely, and living in 3 different places: Zagreb, Bali, and Belgrade. We also discuss cultural differences between Croats and Serbs and how is it to live in Serbia as a Croatian.

Nadja’s website if you want to contact her for any reason: https://www.fisha.me

00:00 – Intro
1:13 – Nadja’s professional background and how she became a digital nomad
9:14 – Things she loves about being a journalist
10:06 – What brought her to Belgrade
12:40 – Belgrade VS Zagreb and Croatians VS Serbs
17:11 – What she liked the most about living in Croatia, Serbia, and Bali
26:02 – What she disliked the most about living in Croatia, Bali, and Serbia
32:45 – What she dislikes about Serbia
40:27 – Cost living in Bali vs Croatia vs Serbia for digital nomads
51:01 – Cultural differences between Croats and Serbs
54:08 – Most beautiful women – Croatian or Serbian?
55:13 – Most beautiful men – Croatian or Serbian?
56:45 – Nadja’s plans for the future

My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/annarusvagabond/

Other videos about Serbia
Get your residency in Serbia: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLx-_PTWxXI&t=77s
Why life in Serbia is great: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_zbUo1vs-U&t=399s
Interviews with expats in Serbia: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2pPUaJBEnQ&t=98s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZ_2fPfAiis&t=1187s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jobrgZH7o0&t=42s

Consultation & cooperation: mail@russianvagabond.com

About me:
I am Anna – an explorer, traveler, and global citizen who originated in Mother Russia.
The last 5 years I have spent in Germany, Greece, Austria, and India working, studying, or volunteering. Currently, I am pursuing my big goal – a bachelor in International Business in Austria. In 2021 I moved to Serbia, subscribe to this channel to learn more about this country.
On this platform, I am helping people from around the world move to Germany, Austria, and Serbia to work, study, or start a business.

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  1. Dear guests, according to the last census (2011), there are 3,189,716 females over the age of 15 living in Serbia, of which about 24% or 760,395 live in Belgrade. Assuming that in a few months of living in Belgrade you have seen and met at least 7000 women or at least 1% of women in Belgrade, you can not talk about the behavior and appearance of the average woman in Serbia because you need to know many more women and far more of them who live outside Belgrade.The same applies to men, because according to your words, I conclude that you have seen and met only a small circle of people from the center of Belgrade, which is far from the real state of affairs. So, if you really want to know what women and men look like in Serbia, get out of the capital and visit other towns and villages, so you will see how you describe them does not correspond to the real state of affairs. In fact, both women and men are extremely hardworking people dedicated to the family, who, despite all the troubles and poverty (wars, sanctions, earthquakes, floods, etc.) have managed to preserve their dignity, kindness and human warmth, which is most important. Lots of greetings from the province !!

    Drage gošće, prema poslednjem popisu stanovništva (2011.g.) u Srbiji živi 3 189 716 osoba ženskog pola starijih od 15 god., od čega u Beogradu živi njih oko 24% odnosno 760 395. Pod pretpostavkom da ste za nekoliko meseci življenja u Beogradu videle i upoznale bar 7000 žena odnosno oko bar 1% Beograđanki, nikako ne možete govoriti o ponašanju i izgledu prosečne žene u Srbiji jer je za to potrebno da poznajete mnogo više žena i daleko veći broj njih koje žive van Beograda. Isto se odnosi i na muškarce, jer prema vašim rečima zaključujem da ste videle i upoznale samo uzan krug ljudi iz centra Beograda što je daleko od stvarnog stanja stvari. Dakle, ako zaista želite da upoznate kako izgledaju i kakve su žene i muškarci u Srbiji, izađite iz glavnog grada i obiđite druge gradove i sela, pa ćete videti to kako ih vi opisujete ne odgovara stvarnom stanju stvari. Zapravo, i žene i muškarci su izuzetno vredni ljudi posvećeni porodici, koji su, uprkos svim nevoljama i nemaštini (ratovima, sankcijama, zemljotresima, poplavama i dr.) uspeli da sacuvaju svoje dostojanstvo, dobrotu i ljudsku toplinu, što je najbitnije. Puno pozdrava iz provincije!!

  2. I like how she said that the people make the place. She likes the people of Belgrade. People are forgetting that these days, with all the immigration and such. The people and culture make a difference. Seems like she only liked Indonesia for the coastal nature.

  3. Jako lepa žena i simpatična reklo bi se, šteta što nije prozborila malo na maternjem zagrebačkom 😀
    No nevezano za to deluju mi malo nerealno ova poredjenja cena Bg-Zg. Hrvati imaju nešto bolji standard ali mi deluje baš nerealno da su cene u Zagrebu duplo veće nego u Beogradu.
    Tipa u Bg-u pivo u kafiću, recimo Hajneken kao masovno rasprostranjeno je oko 2,4-2,5 evra što bi značilo da je u Zagrebu 5 evra. Prosečna pljaskavica na kiosku, znači ona mala obična je oko 2 evra, dok recimo burgeri po kafićima/restoranima idu i do 7-8 evra. Nikad nisam bio u Zagrebu ali ne verujem baš da je tamo sve to puta dva.

    Takodje je baš odvalila da Bg ima nezvanično 3 miliona stanovnika. To je onako urbani mit neki i obično se ljudi frljaju s cifrom od oko dve milke al ona ga s tri baš pretera. 😀

  4. compering to Belgrade .. Zagreb is just a village .. beside the people of Serbia are much friendlier ..(no insult to Croats meant).. not even to mention a most delicious food ,

  5. Zagreb is very nice and clean, much more orderly and European, different vibe, but I like both.
    And I actually find it more romantic than other mitteleuropean cities, it has this nostalgic vibe. It also has a great location, Venice, Trieste, Budapest, Vienna, Belgrade, Ljubljana, Sarajevo all easy to get to. You can go skiing or swimming, relatively short drive.

  6. Well Croatia was on the ball with granting entry for US travelers that are Vaccinated. So come on Serbia, your turn! Update your entry rules!

  7. Your estimated prices in Zagreb are way off, food is on average about 15% more expensive in Zagreb (and in Zagreb you have shops like Žabac where they are selling stuff that is near expiration date or stuff that are surpluses from factories for 2-3x lower than ordinary prices) and Rent is about 20% higher in Zagreb. I eat out every day (when in the office) and the prices in small restaurants for a nice meal are between 30-50 kuna depending on what you are eating. I lived in Split, Prague, London and Berlin (for few years in each) and I decided to settle down in Zagreb because its a perfectly sized city for family life with access to mountains and sea in less than an hour, also you can go skiing in the winter by tram so to speak 🙂 For good nightlife, you need to know where to go, but it is there 🙂

  8. Вопрос будет не в тему ролика. Зачем англоязычным информация о переезде в страны бывшего соцлагеря или даже в Германию и Австрию? США вроде бы богатая страна и т.д.

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  10. Shallow analysis, mostly filled with nonsense.
    This whole area is stage of intense human swarm wars.
    "Goyi GO in EU" ( find it on reddit).

  11. I've only ever been to Croatia once and it was god awful. Worst place I've ever been. Crossing from Slovenia into Croatia was hell- they illegally detained us for hours during a heat wave. Never felt safe there. Everyone tried selling us a room dozens of times overpriced. Then finally we found one nice person who lent us a room for a reasonable price but had no ac so it felt like we melted into the bed. The lady at mcdonalds told us it wasn't safe for us to be there. WTF. never again. Now I regularly get hate mail from Croats but it's no biggie. Never would go back there again anyway lol. I definitely didn't have that experience in Serbia or anywhere else in the world for that matter.

  12. Nadja is person who lives for the future she don't leave from the past. Only dumb people leave in past… nice to see this two ladies having fun and nice chat.

  13. Ciganin hvali svoga konja fazon, kao i uobičajeno, ali je taj sivi, bez zelenila, pijace, parkinga, u 9 u krevet porodične atmosfere, čistoće, sa puno kiča i svega ogromnog navedenog, Beograd, odličan vama gospodi da dođete, poserete se i zaradite. Dobiću dijareju …
    Beograd je sjajan, sa dosta kvalitetne, obrazovane i urbane omladine. Prestanite da nas trpate u turski kič jer nismo sve što se plasira u medijima i vratite se svojim kućama konačno ako vam ne odgovara.
    I da, nismo baš tako srdačni i ne naskačemo na svakog da ga zagrlimo. Kolutam očima više od ovih kompleksaških baljezgarija.

    Naša mana je što smo kulturni i bez predrasuda dopuštamo da svakojake gnide dođu i usude se da nas uopšte komentarišu. Koji je cilj ove mlade gospođice iz Rusije da nas sa bilo kime upoređuje, otkud smelost? Dobrodošla si, onda budi dovoljno ljubazna da ne daješ sebi za pravo da podstičeš mržnju i frustraciju među ljudima sa tako bogatom i komplikovanom istorijom, a to su svakako Srbi i Hrvati itd.

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