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... y vibe. With café’s and boutiques scattered throughout it all seemed very livable and far from Eastern European. After some of the best coffee of the trip we ventured toward Croatia and the town of Motovun. Ljubljana had captured us longer than expected so it was a night drive through Slovenian hillsides until border popped out of nowhere. Patrolled borders are a new thing for us, as Croatia is the first non-schengen country we have ...
... that Curtis's order had been filled. Anyway we got quite carried away and I ended up getting two sets for each of the boys and managed to do a bit of wheeling and dealing and got them for a great price. Now Josh should I tell you what I've got you or just surprise you when we get back?
We checked out a couple more stalls then it was time to head back to the coach meeting place.
Our journey from Mostar to Sarajevo was along the banks of the ...
... a hankering to learn more about the war, we flew to Sarajevo on April 13 and spent five days in Bosnia & Herzegovina (one country with two names). On the taxi ride to our hostel, we saw many shell-pocked buildings along the main road to the old city part of Sarajevo. The taxi driver stopped in front of a dilapidated building and gestured to another one just behind it covered with graffiti. He pointed to the sign above the front door. This was our hostel. ...
... of Sarajevo in 1945.
Then we appeared in the place where the first great massacre happened in the street called Vase Miskina at that time or today Ferhadija. The massacre happened on May 27, 1992 and it´ s called First Breadline Massacre because 26 innocent people were killed and 108 people were wounded while they were standing in line for bread. After this massacre Vedran Smailovic, a cellist, played consecutively for 26 days the adagio in Vase Miskina Street, ...
DAY 237–238 – 24/08/13-25/08/13 – SARAJEVO
Sarajevo, the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and as in much of this region, a city with a very sad past, was our destination for the next few days. Sarajevo felt the full brunt of the Serbian, Yugoslavian and Bosnian Serbs forces when fighting for their independence. The city was smashed from every angle and was only saved by the intervention and subsequent air strikes on Belgrade, Serbia from the UN and ...