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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were living so close together, Catholics in Croatia, Orthodox Christians in Serbia and Muslims in Bosnia. This is when I used to think "I hate religion because they start so many wars" - but it's not religion that start wars, it's people!
In Mostar, Bosnia, was the first time I'd seen actual real life remnants of war with buildings full of bullet holes and damage from dropped mortars less than 20 years earlier - in my lifetime. It was so real I couldn't ...
... means that EULEX can appoint judges, monitor legislation, and even remove public officials. This has not engendered much support for EULEX amongst the Kosovo Serbs. They openly fly the Serbian flag and as we walked through Mitrovica (city in the North) I saw countless pieces of anti-EU, anti-US graffiti on the city walls. It was a stark wake up call that even though I felt more safe in Kosovo, this country still has plenty of anti-American sentiment in the North. That ...
... will be done soon to help preserve the site. We took a drive up into some mountains, unsure of the name of the area. We arrived at a really nice restaurant where the food was amazing. So fresh. Organic. Cheap. It just got better and better... Was so full afterwards, or in Albanian your-moosh. Which means, "I'm full" that phrase is a good one to know as every location you go and visit, the ladies/wives of the house will bring you out ...
... park area and there are plenty of walkers and joggers. The eggs arrive and they are not quite as we are used to in Australia but very nice nonetheless. We meander around outside until it is about 10.30 and head back to the markets.
Chere still needs buttons so heads of. I chat to a man and buy a couple of little whistles for Bianca. I get a few pics and enjoy the walk but notice a policeman moving to where Jasin has parked. Chere comes out at that stage two ...
... to say in English so bumble through. We spend a few minutes chatting and we move on. My next go is sometime around the block, I speak to an old gentleman who straight away grabs his son who is at Uni and speaks English well. He has a Muslim background but believes they both Muslims and Christians are far from their leaders original teachings. I plan to chat further on this. as we have a great discussion and I have an arrangement ...