Hotel Europe Sarajevo
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... the all too recent genocide of Srebrenica, the pointless killing of thousands, the pitiful global response and the ongoing issues it still presents was truly eye opening. Further, being guided by someone obviously affected by such events at a personal level makes it that much more ‘real’. Continuing on our history lessons we visited the Tunnel Museum. Here, it describes the tunnel built by innovative Bosnians under the UN controlled ...
... Track - as mentioned above. We thought it was quite a common thing to do but once we got there and started asking around and trying to research online, there was almost no information on how to get there. We ended up asking in the tourist office and he showed us roughly where it was on the map but said it would be a ridiculous walk uphill and that a taxi would be the best bet since they are so cheap there. So with that in mind and also me still feeling pretty weak, we jumped in ...
... economy of B-H isn't as developed as Montenegro. It was quite shocking that the road leading away from the border for at least the next 40 minutes was a only one lane. so quite often we had to squeeze past cars coming from the other the other direction. Eventually we did make it to a road with one lane each way. Of course the further we traveled, the more we could hear and feel the death of that rear inner tire. Fingers were crossed that all would ...
... city tomorrow and have invited me along, so I might go with them. It would be good to be shown around the city and having the war explained.
I walked around the city for a couple of hours and then made my way back to the hostel. I am in a six bed dorm and it looks like so far there are only three of us in there. One of them is an Indian guy who is travelling around while he’s here for business. He’s probably about 35 years old ...
... special papers. This was another reason that average citizens didn't use it. The tunnel museum was really interesting to see. The tunnel exited through a few homes, and one of these homes has been converted into the museum. We were able to walk through a section of the tunnel as well.
I met a guy who used the tunnel often to get food for his family. He didn't like to talk about the war, but he showed me where he had been shot by ...