Guest house Skend
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... looked like a pirate ship yet they played late 80’s hits. We also visited a Muslim cemetery sitting atop the hill. These cemeteries are so different; often the gravestone is just a thin white marker. One unfortunate thing that happened was an ill-fated lunch, where I ordered chicken shish, expecting my chicken to be cooked. It was disgusting and inedible, but at least I was able to wrap it up and feed some stray animals!
All in all, ...
... oriental-Islamic character.
Seeking further information on Bosnia, Sarajevo and the war I visited the Muzej Sarajevo, but unfortunately the country does not have enough finances to fund cultural and historical projects, much like other countries in the region. I left in a short time, really without any further understanding.
Late afternoon I was to meet Rosie and Jaena to picnic on the Yellow Fortress, but as they had been held up I collected some food and ...
Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina. 05:10am. The bus pulls into a lay-by and chucks us out, followed by our bags. I commented on the bus how it looked like we'd come straight off the beach, then I realised we had! There I was, in swim shorts, flip flops, and a tee. Outside temperate? 9 degrees! It snowed on my last visit to Sarajevo, the temperate suggested it wasn't far off doing it again. We made our way over to a hotel to call a taxi, only able to use our limbs that ...
... and folk shopping and teenagers coming home from school. Yet the buildings were still scarred with bullet holes and shell impacts. Equally clear was where buildings had been patched up, new concrete or plaster loudly advertising war damage.Slowly but surely the reality of a war fought only one thousand miles away and twenty years ago became all too apparent.
We had come in search of the origins of one war, but found ourselves confronted by the evidence of ...
... the free zone was. On our up and then back down the hill our driver stopped, we wondered what he was doing when he walked up to a farmer on the side of the road with a pen of sheep, he was buying a sheep for tomorrow's Muslim holiday where they get a sheep killed and give 1/3 to their neighbours, 1/3 retained for themselves and 1/3 to the poor or needy. On the way back down the hill he stopped again and paid. Sarah checked to make sure he had purchased the fattest one there ;) ...