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We were due to have an early start today. Breakfast at 6.30 and leave at 7am, however Colleen had her handbag stolen last night so she needed to wait until 7am when the police station opened. Seems this isn't the safest part of the world. Lots of unemployed and still seems to be a bit of unrest amongst the people.
Anyway we set off about …
... to move supplies into Sarajevo during the wars in the 1990’s. The city was completely surrounded by both Serbs and Croatians for over 1000 days, so they built the tunnel under the old airport runway. It was 800 meters long and had tracks to allow little carts to be moved back and forward. The museum was filled with examples of the supplies sent by the UN (mostly expired military rations) as well as a number of homemade ...
... stadium, the stadium was mostly destroyed during the siege but was rebuilt with IOC donations under the direction of Jacques Rogge to which the stadium now bears his name. From the olympic area we toured past far to many newer cemeteries before once again heading into the hills to one of Brendon's most anticipated sights, the derelict bobsliegh track from the winter olympics.
Since the olympics and other recent events the track has fallen into a ...
... all at once. Arijan himself was a "war baby" as he was born in 1991 and the siege began in 1992 and lasted until 1995. It's understandable that he wouldn't remember anything from this time, but he does. Arijan shared with us that he remembers the sounds of gun fire and missiles from his earliest years.
Just like many things we've learned about Bosnia so far, the siege of Sarajevo was extremely complex and almost impossible to ever fully ...
... entrance foyer, watching the rain pour outside whilst inside this strange, yet deeply moving place. It told a story and was part of the story itself. The rain eased a bit, so we carefully made our way down the hazardous steps, quite a lot cracked and broken. The world outside did feel different after all we had seen inside.
We resumed our hunt for the elusive cup of coffee, and found a modern shopping mall with a trendy eaterie. Coffee and cake could at last be had. We ...