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We finally made it to the Bosnian National History Museum, which we had already driven past an hour and a half earlier. We were looking forward to a restorative coffee and cake at the Museum Cafe, after a very, very long journey and our wanderings through Sarajevo. Our hopes for sustenance were quickly dashed upon entrance: it was like stumbling …
The First World War has a lot to answer for.
The conflict itself killed and wounded millions. The war also brought about the destruction of three great Empires, so spelling the end of old Europe. Furthermore, it prompted the communist revolution in Russia, which spawned the grim dictatorships of Lenin and Stalin. As Marx so rightly put it, war …
... Shakes worsened. Then it hit me. I've not had a drink for 48 hours now, which is longer than I've gone with no alcohol for the past month and a half. Uh oh. Someone get me a beer. ---- I just remembered something. Look at this guy I took a sneaky photo of last night, the bed next to me in the dorm. Living it up in his teddy bear onesie... Honestly, the Koreans have got it right. He looked so content, all night. ...
... a dozen fresh eggs for her straight from the chicken coop. She was eager to show us the eggs of all sizes and colours, proving they are natural and healthier. This family wanted to invite us all in for a coffee, but they thought Jason and I may not want to. Tarik told us later that they probably would have ended up serving us a whole meal.
The four of us continued down the mountain which was easier at this point since it was now on a paved road. We passed a ...
... copper pieces. Music being played everywhere with busy cafe's and restaurants streaming with people, cats and dogs just roaming around getting fed by everyone. Buskers and Beggers trying to get a few coins, sometimes holding a newborn baby to help. Later we walked to a view point which overlooked the city, had our packed lunch and enjoyed the views. Back in town we sampled Bosnian coffee served with no milk in a copper set with Turkish delights ...