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... it was funny that there were tables and chairs and people dancing on the stage through the whole set.
Two nights later, we went out with another group of people from their hostel. Most people from the first night had left town so all of us had a feast of Bosnian fare. They kept bringing plate after plate of delicious stewed meats, fresh bread, salads with tangy cheese, etc. Afterwards, we could hardly move. We planned on going out with ...
... Laura slept through.
We awoke the next day to some welcome sunshine filling the car park. After a quick jaunt around Croatian version of Costco stocking up on slabs of ice tea, Bailey’s and inflatable pools we headed to the port to start our Sail Croatia venture with Medsailors. Split port would be Harold’s home for the next week and we got introduced to our new rather fancy home aboard La Bora. We spent ...
... and informative tour. He even managed to get us into a synagogue which should have already been closed by the time we got there but because of his connections we had the place to ourselves. One sobering exhibit there was a book which recorded the names of the 12,000 Jews from Sarajevo who had perished during the Second World War.
Once the tour was over and we got back to the hotel we raced up to our room - desperate for a shower. Managed that and ...
Olivia spent the next day nursing a cold and cough that she brought with her from Istanbul. Alex, Elias and I went to the Svrzo House – a restored 18th century home of a wealthy Muslim family. The restorations were funded in part by USAID and the American People. We saw a similar sign at Petra in Jordan.
Later that day the three of us joined a walking tour that was mostly a history lesson on what happened during the Serbian siege of ...
... on sports fields which held the 12000 Sarajevians killed in the 1992-95 conflict. Sarajevo is a city ringed by the Olympic Mountains and in the 1990's Bosnia had no army to speak of. This made it very easy for the Serbian forces to besiege the city by placing artillery and snipers on the high points surrounding Sarajevo. It was near impossible for the citizens of Sarajevo to move about their city because of fear of a sniper shot. During the 3 year war every building ...