Lion Pansion - Hostel
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There was a bit of grumbling about our accommodations here at the Pansion Lion. We got up at 7 am. When Marilynn mentioned she was trying to get into the showers while they were free, I made an effort and grabbed stuff and already there was a wait. I didn't have to wait too long however, but before long, people were complaining about cold …
On our second day in Sarajevo we still don't have their money, the marks... convertible whatever it means. I've got only Chevrolet on my mind when I hear that word. I tried to ask Edin about it but he stopped me in the middle of the sentence and said: - I have no idea. - Ok. I'm good. He also bought us tickets and explained the way to the centre, 'cause there's no tram number. It's just one line so... we'll find our way back.
The crowd in the tram is unbearable. It's worse than ...
... sbe. A visokoi
"piramisokat" csak a Szarajevoba vezető néhány kilométeres
autópályáról néztük meg, de így sem lettünk okosabbak annak eldöntésében, hogy
valóban piramisok-e? Legközelebb egy alaposabb túrát teszünk.
Megérkeztünk Szarejevoba. A házilag eszkábált "motoros" GPS-ünket
belvárosra állítva egyből a sűrűjébe mentünk. Néhány omladozó épületet kivéve
... s relative's place. Some of our group got the local specialty which was a pork cutlet or something like that with a ham filling. Jordon got flattened chicken legs that looked quite interesting.
Before the border, we followed the Piva River, deep in its steep
valley. The river was a turquoise blue color in the early evening and
glistened as the sun hit it. We went through a bunch of tunnels and
over a dam. We tried ...
... chessboard as two players make their moves with giant pieces. Chess as a spectator sport. And there, two old men sit smoking at a cafe table and nursing small cups of strong Bosnian coffee, each with a shot glass of rakija at hand for the necessary correction. Sarajevans are a handsome lot. It's very rare to see anyone overweight, let alone obese, and most people I pass seem to exhibit a subtle sort of joie de vivre, as though they are on their way to a ...