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... a passionate and tempermental people, like the Mediterranian countries of Greece, Italy and Spain. They drink and party late into the early morning hours and go to work late. But once they get to work, they are hard workers.
There are a few Jewish Synagogues but are now museums.
As in the other Eastern European countries, the joke is that McDonald's in the American Embassy.
We visited the Saint Salvo ...
... and grandchildren of Nazis have done an amazing job of coming to terms with what the Germans did in WW2. School kids talk about it from day 1 and they all go to Nazi Concentration camps to learn what happened. Serbia is not there yet and perhaps the anger still festers.
Another man at the party, seemingly a closeted gay, told me "We're the worst country in Europe." That's so sad. Nobody should have to feel that way about their ...
... and waiting. We threw on some clothes, quickly packed and ran out the door. Yet another missed breakfast in Sarajevo (and we'd actually splashed out as bought milk!)
The journey there was fairly straight forward. There was almost an issue at the border as the woman in the seat in front of us had put a towel along the window to keep the sun off her but it meant we were hidden. Think that border control thought we were trying to smuggle our way through! Needless to ...
... pass attempt was as efficient as possible, using every possible inch of the road to get us around the car in front, without killing everybody on board.
I'm not a religious man, but incidents like this sometimes make me question that stance - there had to have been a lot of divine intervention today, as I thought we would surely die on about a dozen different instances during the drive. But maybe there really is a God, and maybe our driver really is Vinnie ...
... to take the 30-40min walk into town but before we knew it we were running to get on a tram! Got off in the centre off town, went to a popular sandwich bar and got a bite to eat. Walked through town for awhile, headed upto the fortress and had a good view of the town. We finally headed back to the hostel as we had to arrange to meet up with the Serbian man from the train. Near the hostel there is a hairdressers so I went there quickly to see if I could get a trim, the spoke a ...