Pansion Stari Grad
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... games had to become a cemetery because they ran out of room to bury bodies. Just little facts like that. We drove through sniper alley, which was the Main Street of Sarajevo, I could see why it was called that. Lots of buildings with height, wide open empty streets with no cover. People used to run zig zagged through the street to try and not get hit, because they still had to try to go to work to earn money for food. They would shoot anyone, including ...
... any injuries or deaths which is apparently quite a common thing for the jump While we were here we also got a traditional meal cooked for us which wasn't too bad it was almost like a curry and cheese pastries. As we walked around the shops we realised how cheap the country was in comparison to Croatia! After the bus trip home we got ready to go out again for our last night ...
... out their coffee sets and serving trays in tiny shops along narrow, cobblestone alleys.
And shops are open for business. Unless it’s an ice cream shop.
Yesterday, we walked by the sladoled, (ice cream) stores without buying a cone. Now that we wanted one we learned that the stores were closed because ice cream season is over. Only in Sarajevo would they think that ice cream has a season!
... you see a whole family searching for their next meal through the bins.
All this pain, suffering, surprise and happiness is surrounded by amazing deep valleys, rocky arid mountains, deep blue lakes and fast flowing rivers. There are amazing ...
Had a semi sleep in this morning, up at 8 instead of 7! We met our local guide and started our walking tour of Sarajevo. I was really looking forward to this because the city has so much history, mostly to do with conflict but it is also a city with a very diverse culture. Within 100m there is a muslim mosque, a Catholic Church, an Orthodox Church and a jewish synagogue. This is very rare! During WWII 80% of Sarajevo Jews were wiped out or fled. Today ...