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Good blogging intentions go by the wayside when there is so much to do. Here is a recap of the last few days in Osijek.
I have been volunteering with an organization called PRONI that does peace activism and youth work. They are one of the oldest NGOs in Croatia (keep in mind they didn't have any before the war) and they do a lot of amazing work. My classmate and I were asked to ...
... will be quite the opposite. Looks of searching for places to sleep as the light fades.
On another note, many reading this will know I have had to be cajoled into writing it. Mainly as I feel the list of events format is somewhat trivial and fails to capture the essence of the trip, the internal ruminations, the impact it is having on me etc. I lack the ability/motivation to describe these less tangible occurrences, but I feel without them the concept ...
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... the second white but all preferred the first red, the recipe for the second red 'unknown'.
Over to a lunch venue where fish was the staple--carp, catfish and perch. The catfish had lots of bones but the other two were fine. Nathalie asked if she could see my blog! We discussed the legal plight of a friend of hers. I said I would look at the file if requested.
A large rainstorm and wind delayed departure until 1525. ...
... was greener in Hungary. Our hostess chatted a bit about times in Osijek before the war and the state of things now, saying 'the world didn't wait for us' ie it moved on with Osijek [and the Balkans generally I suspect] falling behind, left to try to pick up the pieces.
Off after 1540 in the old town to the only ATM machine there. As there was no foreign exchange, Arjan can be my banker for a bit.
The lunch was good. We had a pasta topped with bacon bits. ...