Hotel Europe Sarajevo
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... express what I truly learned about these people, their history and their way of life today. Jo It is rare that I am brought face to face with the reality of what was a news item to me many years ago. I see both sides - stay out of conflicts in other parts of the world AND intervene to help victims of war. After meeting Samra, it will never be so black and white to me again. This ...
... village houses each had small corn looking crops beside them with paddocks covered with old school piles of hay, think pitch fork mounds all held up with sticks in the top and stuck in the sides to hold it together. Sarajevo is so picturesque, sandwiched in a valley between mountains littered with housing. The Travelers Home Hostel, rated the top in Bosnia of 2014 is modern spacious and full of light, with a super comfy bed for me to sleep the ...
... for the most part, Sarajevo has returned to a thriving, tourist infested city. It hosts restaurants, hotels, motels (pensions), and hostels for the gaggles of multi-lingual visitors, and backpacking youth. We thoroughly enjoyed our two days here and barely scratched the surface of the city that rose from the ashes.
... Sarajevo for training. We get chatting and he told me his life story- the war in Mostar began when the Serbians bombed the town in 1992 and his mother left the country taking him and his sister into Croatia while his dad stayed to fight. They then ended up moving to Sweden and then to Norway where their application for asylum was refused. At the end of the war they moved back join his father. He also informed me Mostar is culturally divided by the river- the Croatians live on ...
... statue is currently about a mile from where we live. Of course no one believes him, but they are flabbergasted nonetheless. We walk back through Bascarsija and happen upon the Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, which was built in 1531. It’s a beautiful and old building with a courtyard that surrounds it. We’re hungry and it’s about to start pouring rain, so we head to one of the city’s famous cevap restaurants. For those of you unfamiliar, cevap ...