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... filled with a bright red resin. At one stage hundreds of these roses "decorated" the city.
Some more hellish driving and the tour finished back at our hostel, having lasted near 5 hours we were thoroughly famished and headed for a local recommendation to get a linner. (for anyone who has travelled you would know the way that eating times vary and often meals morph into composites of the 3 main eating times, linner is the late lunch/early dinner. It is ...
... even have a similar salute to the Nazis and are radical extremists whose goal was to overtake Bosnia and Herzegovina. During the siege, which related to Serb nationalism according to Arijan, the Chetniks murdered 11000 people in Sarajevo over the 3 years, 10 months, 3 weeks, and 3 days that the siege lasted.
Arijan described, demonstrated, and showed us videos of numerous horrors during this time. After only one month into the siege, the Chetniks cut off ...
... Soviet Union and their erstwhile western allies. The Cold War lingered on for a further forty years, with the prospect of nuclear annihilation a chilling and terrifying accompaniment.
In short, the First World War defined the course of the twentieth century. And the First World War was all begun by a nauseating adolescent who killed, pretty much by accident, an Austrian aristocrat on a street corner in Sarajevo.
Gavrillo Princip was one teenager who caused ...
... bittersweet for Igor- you can tell he and his mother are starting realize that the their time together is coming to an end. The past two years have been crammed into two weeks and both know that it will be another two years before they see each other again. It makes me sad to watch, although I hope that our Skype practices have paid off so when we talk now we will all feel more included in each other’s daily lives. ...
... and stopped in the gas station to pick me up. The plates were from Spain, and inside I found a Spaniard couple from Catalonia. Their names were Victor and Monica, they were roughly my age and told me they were driving to Sarajevo and that I could join them. Sarajevo was still 160 kms away so I was very thankful and without thinking twice I jumped inside their big van. They had conditioned their van so the back of it had two beds where they slept, in such a way that ...