Hotel Old Town
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... some decent food. A local restaurant without a menu serves up local produce to your liking, which changes daily according to supplies. Delicious.
We said goodbye to Sarajevo and Harold the next day en route to Belgrade. The bus won out as the cheaper option. It was soon found to be the much, much less comfortable one. The mini bus was overbooked, meaning 4 people across 3 seats. All well and good around town, but for 6 hours ...
... full concrete track just abandoned in some dense forest in the middle of nowhere in Bosnia…it's very peaceful all the way up in the hills and feels very surreal. It's quite run down with its mushrooms and moss growing but still very in tact and is now basically a canvas for graffiti artists. We started making our way down and soon heard the sounds of people climbing the other way, which was kind of reassuring because we weren't the only people there, and made us glad we ...
... complemented by chalet style farm homes spotting the countryside. There have beans a few times today that we have had to defer the road to cows wandering lazily this way or that way. Of course, we were also greater by rain,something we are to expect throughout the day tomorrow during our walking tours. In the end after only 11 hours traveling (with stops though) we made it to Sarajevo. I'm seriously looking forward to having tomorrow morning to sleep ...
So got into Sarajevo yesterday morning after the overnight bus ride. I was actually surprisingly not that tired, so I ended up sitting in the kitchen and writing a blog and trying to figure out what I was going to do during the day. Then I got sidetracked because my wonderful brother Ryan needed some help with his assembly programming assignment for college. That was very enjoyable and a good change of pace from what I've been doing recently (reading history ...
... granted are not easily acquired here. Here are some of the things I noticed.
1. A sign in the hostel indicating that the water is turned off by the government between 10pm and 5am.
2. The university library is only open until 4pm in the summer and 3pm in the winter (something like this anyways) because they cannot afford the cost of heating it.
3. The national museum is closed because there is not enough money to run ...