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Travel Blogs from Sarajevo
... or faded from sight. It is a sign of how the world of war is disappearing, and that is good. But the exhibition seeks to memorialise the concept of SKLONISTE and what it once stood for, what it meant. I rather like the concept of having safe places to escape to in time of need. It could catch on.There are also stories and tales to read from the shelters. Some are funny, some sad, some sweet, some ghastly. Hunkering down in cellars became a way of life for the ...
... made it. He said that they had school in the basement of his apartment block and that the UN would bring in supplies however they never knew when/if these would arrive. There are also red 'roses' all over the city which mark spots where people lost their lives. First we visited the main square many older men were engrossed in a pretty serious game of giant chess. This reminded me of the old people in China and their outdoor communal activities. After this we headed past the ...
... quota to complete before the day is over). ON the bright side they prove that moments of pure passion do exist.
2) And the WE: White collar jobs, they probably have registered with the US consular affairs travel smart program before traveling, bought International health and accidental insurance and purchased a fixed itinerary tour from a travel website for this trip. They walk around hand in hand and often one kisses the other ...
I did shoot a few pictures from the moving car on the way through. You will find them below. Of course, I have no idea what the buildings were, and this blog site makes you label your pictures, which is why so many are labeled just "Sarajevo".
... br> Emily Kimball
Josh and Erin Branchaud