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I'm back everybody! After a very very very long week of traveling all over the Balkans, I am finally in one place for a week, which doesn't seem like a long time but it definitely is after the week I have had. I'll go destination by destination for this blog post!
After leaving Sarajevo, we headed for Banja Luka, capital of the entity Republika Srpska, located in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Just for a quick bit of background, Bosnia-Herzegovina was split during the Dayton Peace ...
Our third stop in Bosnia, we are now in Republic Srpska in the city of Banka Luka! A lovely 5 hour train from Sarajevo, this riverside locale so far feels like a modern metropolis in comparison to the laid back old towns we have visited so far. Tomorrow is time to explore and enjoy the weekend, before boarding our uber budget flight (somehow cheaper than the 6 hour bus ride) to Belgrade on Monday followed by a night train to ...
After several hours and two border crossings, we arrive at Banja Luka in Bosnia. Little did we know, that this supposed adventure tourism hub had been badly affected by the floods. This adversely affected the tourist industry, resulting in hours searching for hidden tourist agencies that may or may not exist. We ended the day settling for a dinner of delicious veal rolls with spicy Serbian salad and some World Cup ...
... politely, introduced myself briefly and let Andjela do all the talking. Was so nervous that they were going to interrogate me but was totally fine. Well, it was, until Andjela turned round and told me that rather my first lesson being on Friday (2 days away) it was going to be on Wednesday night (the following day!). I managed to keep a relatively calm face, but there was a fair old hurricane of butterflies in my stomach. Was up at the crack of dawn and at the office for ...
... seen me attempt to kick a ball can tell you, but good fun. I got chatting to a girl called Savo (I have no idea how to spell her full name so I'll leave it what I was introduced with) she was really lovely always double checking that I was doing alright and that I had had enough to eat and drink. She also asked me how I was coping with the sudden change and traveling etc. She also apologised for everyone constantly speaking in Serbian and not ...