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... Croatia, Bosnia, & Serbia. To now walk some of these areas while thinking back on the horrors I've heard and to physically see reminders of bombed out buildings, bullet stricken walls, and the evident resilience to rebuild has given me a much deeper awareness. It's also been endearing to hear some locals talk of such times with a healing humour and great optimism for the future. So hard to imagine living through such dark times.
Johno here.....before ...
... the city during the course of the war. Literally every building is full of bullet holes. When I walked around the city with one of the guys from the hostel, we went into some of the ruined buildings. It seems that homeless people still try and live in them. There are signs on a few indicating that they are not safe to enter. The rebuilding process is slow here due to a lack of money and the extent of the devastation. Despite the daily reminders of the war, the people here ...
... t as many people and he had gone to the effort to cook and prepare it on the stove, consequently I could not sleep and was awake playing solitaire on my iPad until 2 in the morning. It was yummy though! He taught us the traditional way of drinking it which involved a cube of sugar (also contributing to my lack of sleep) which you had to nibble off and then sip the coffee which melted the sugar in your mouth and made the bitter coffee very sweet. He told ...
... how things are currently in the country, which still isn't great. As she said it'll probably take another 20 years before they can fully move forward as everyone is still too close to the experiences. It was very apparent as we walked further afield from the old town just how recent it all really was. Remnants of homes after bombings and buildings still with bullet holes littered through them. I think someone told us these things were left as a reminder to everyone of ...
... Serbian Orthodox", the Croats who are Catholic and the Bosnians who are Muslim. They ended up each with their own counties when Yugoslavia broke up. The bridge was unfortunately blown up in the war, but was rebuilt to the same style in 2004. Today's activity is canoeing down river in this area. It was full of little swifts and small rapids so lot of ...
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