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... a little jewelry. The sweat on my brow told me it was warmer than I wanted it to be.
Then in the afternoon we went on a tour of the Tunnel of Life. We had an excellent tour guide (who is the same age as my daughter so it gave me some personal context) who was 6 at the beginning of the siege, living with her Mother, and Grandmother near Sniper Alley (a strip on the way to the ...
... Decide to take an early dinner and make my way to the old town where I find a restaurant serving cevapcici, the classic Sarajevo dish of seasoned meat with a pita bread similar to naan. The meal is fantastic, meat is juicy and flavored well, and only a couple of dollars.
Head out after the dinner and wander around a bit. Eventually come to the park in the middle of the new area and watch as people play chess with life-size chess pieces. Then, ...
... of the Stari Most bridge. The bridge was built in 1566. It stretches over the Nererva River which divides the town into the Muslim and Croat sections. The bridge was destroyed in 1993 during the war. It was rebuilt in 2004 and the city center and bridge are an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ater the lower level pictures, we walked up and over the bridge for more pictures and walking through a bazaar on both sides of the bridge. It ...
... Not many people left because they felt this silly battle might go on for a few weeks or a month, the Serbs would get it out of their system, and it would be over.
The tactical approach was to instill fear and torment in every citizen until they fled and the Serbs could create a Greater Serbian Republic. Over 11,000 people were killed in Sarajevo, with more injured. You can see in the picture I posted how out-manned and outgunned the poor locals were. The Serbs were ...
The better part of the day was spent travelling on the bus from Zagreb to Sarajevo. We had a few rest stops along the way where the locals were friendly and we had the chance to pick up some standard travel sustenance - chips, chocolate and pop. ...