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... mountain air.
The next day we spent on the road, but with some nice stops including a monastery, getting to Sirogojno, Serbia. This is what they call an open air museum. It is a traditional village of old wooden buildings that is meant to depict what life was like in 19th century Serbia. Tourists can stay in some of the houses, which now have modern facilities. We also ate ...
... symposium finished at 4:00pm today
so Alison and I had a quiet walk up to a local monument. It is a
paved track with a steady stream of people but we needed to walk a
little after so much sitting and eating.
We needed to feed ourselves in the
evening so the Australian contingent along with a few NZers and
Americans went out together. Amazing how these little gatherings
grow so quickly. Our first choice could not accommodate our ...
... even hand
cart loads of fruit into the freezer works. We have become so used
to economists and Departments of Ag telling us that the only way for
us to survive is to grow much bigger.
In the evening the organisers had a
real treat in store for us. We stopped at another large hotel just
as a thunderstorn with torrential rain and hail hit. We made it in
from the buses ( and after the obligatory slivovitz) the power went
... br> come from different occupational periods. The Catholic/Croats from
the AustroHungarian invasions and the Bosniac/Muslim from the Ottoman
Turkish period and the Orthodox/Serb from the Byzantines. From the
border through to Sarajevo we passed mostly through Serb country in
the Republika Serbska (one of the states of the Bosnian federation)
whilst Sarajevo itself was obviously Muslim with a minaret ...
... the divide between the Eastern and Western
Roman empires back around the 4th century AD. The Bridge
is much later and has been destroyed by many wars but is a graceful
very high curved bridge over a particularly deep canyon. The
surroundings are of exceptional beauty.
The final stop was at Durmida. A lake
in the high snow capped mountains of Montenegro. The lake is
beautiful, pine forests, mountain pastures in full flower ...