Travel Blogs from Sarajevo
... An oldish lady was manning the entry kiosk, and she could not manage to give us change from the till, and had to rummage around in her own purse. Furthermore, the place was deserted, although there was some very loud banging coming from somewhere behind the scenes.I was beginning to fear that there would be no coffee shop here.The schoolish atmosphere was continued when a thoroughly annoyed grown-up was extensively berating a harassed looking teenager. They marched into ...
... craggy mountains. It is well worth the perusal of the pictures. Some were taken while in the car so you will see exactly what I saw, guardrails and ...
... too bad ... i'm hungry!!! It's one of the best meals i've had in days... i'm so tired i just have to cab it back to the hotel.
You think the day's over ... nope not just yet. There another cabbie story .... The guys here are tall and stocky (sorry i'm stereotyping) and why is that important to the story you will soon find out. I explain to him that i know he's overcharging me and the only reason i'm taking a cab is because i have heard of the stray ...
... 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. ...