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Travel Times - 22 May 2014
Another (relatively) short, three hour bus ride from Mostar to Sarajevo, Bosnia. After our discussions with Ned (see previous blog - Mostar) little did we know we would be learning about the situation in Sarajevo that mirrored Mostar.
The city is considered one of the …
... said taxi drivers cars and got not only a ride but a brief tour of the major sights and landmarks of the city on the way.
Once checked in we set about blogging, booking and budgeting from the weeks past and organising the coming few weeks. The afternoon was rather relaxed with a wander about the area before finally deciding on the most Bosnian of meals for dinner, takeaway mexican.
Our next day started with a complimentary breakfast before ...
... guide, Arijan, met us at the front door and led us to a cozy room upstairs. The three of us chatted for a few minuted before the other two people signed up for this rang the doorbell. Arijan brought this other Canadian couple up to meet us and we chatted while he went to prepare. A short while later he was ready and we followed him downstairs where he turned off the lights and told us to imagine we were in a trench. We slowly made our way through the dark into a ...
... don't have -no???? At least for a while .....
Also discovered - that the IDEA is stronger than the reality. FOr example the idea.... it can be the idea of travel vs actually traveling or of being in Love and actually being in love. You see the idea and the time leading to it is always more romantic, stronger and comes with a longer shelf life for nostalgia.... for instance when we travels a new destination is always more ...
... and non-governmental organizations to provide placement sites and supervision and/or country coordinators, thereby providing a wider range of service opportunities and support to volunteers.
A support network is built into the program, both in-country and stateside. Country coordinators assist with adjustment and orientation to the culture, as well as with issues that arise during service. ...