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... and region has had a difficult path to salvation, there are so many variations of life going on here. To sum up the Yugoslav War, it was the fate of so many different peoples, cultures, histories, ideologies, religions, politics, ethnicities, and even loyalties. I've spent the last two hours readings articles and watching YouTube clips on the history of Bosnia and the six nations that once made up the Republics of Yugoslavia. I'm nowhere near figuring out ...
... healthy. Seeing how happy they were to have a visit from Bata was wonderful.
Bata walked us around the medieval town, taking us to amazing viewpoints and having a lot of fun along the way. We enjoyed climbing up watchtowers and viewing the city walls around us. Then Bata had an amazing surprise for us. He led us into a private home where we would be having the dessert he promised us at lunch time. We all washed our feet before entering into this lady's home ...
... only about 100m away from the start of the old town and the bridge so it didn't end up being that hard to find. We slowly walked along the cobbled street of the old town taking photos of the bridge along the way. When we got to the bridge to cross it there was a crowd waiting for someone to jump. Apparently its tradition for the young men off the town to prove themselves by jumping off the bridge into the river below. The river by the way is freezing!! You could chill ...
... in all of Eastern Europe, "Pita", which she has eaten a million times at her friend Stela's house.She had been tricked because all of the bakeries call it "Burek" in most places. It is a fluffy, almost filo-like pastry stuffed with cheese, meat or spinach and let's just say it has become a staple food for all of us (costing only $1!!). Back on the road it was raining quite hard but our driver Paige, a 21-year-old solo backpacker from Edmonton, was able to navigate us ...
... it is from underground or the mountains. I drank some, and it was delicious , as far as water goes. We also visited a house from the Ottoman times and some nearby waterfalls for some swimming. It was a bit chilly, but much better than the river. We played some ball after swimming by the waterfalls, and I scored brownie points with the guy from the hostel by being the only girl willing to play!
I always like to try the local food when I visit a country. I am ...