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... can only imagine the corruption that goes on for that.
There is an uneasy peace here. Our guide (I didn't even catch his name, he was talking so fast, as if he had to keep telling this story over and over to everyone that cared to hear) described the high school that sits right on the "border." As an agreement, they allow the Serbiaks and Catholics to attend the same school, but in totally different classes! It's like 2 schools in the ...
... on 3 short sleeve t-shirts. All of the heavier, long sleeve shirts stay neatly packed,....along side my long johns. Sure wish the weather bureau would've gotten their predictions correct, I can't complain though,...because the weather has been gorgeous! Warm,....but gorgeous.
After dressing, I set out to take more pictures of the little town. I can only imagine what horror the residents must have experienced when the ...
... mall that still has bullet holes and explosion damage from the war!
He showed us some places for the best cevapi and the best cakes, and the church that you can see from most of the town to give us a landmark. We got to the house and our apartment was one of two built on top of the family home; it sounds a bit weird but it was brilliant. Big bed, little kitchen and wifi that works. All you need! Probably our favourite part of the house was his amazing dog, Rex. He was a ...
... looking like ghosts that want to scare people away. And they do! They remind everyone not only what had happened and what humans are capable of but also create a fear about the future. While in B&H I had the feeling that I am walking on the minefield - not really sure what and when could happen. I am afraid that wasn't only my feeling, Bosnian felt the same way! We talked to few and some of them didn’t even want ...
... Lunch was a sample of Bosnia, an amazing selection of grilled meats and vegetables with salad, obviously accompanied by Rakija! We visited the historic town Počitelj and explored the medieval/Ottoman fortress. The views as the sun set were amazing overlooking Bosnian countryside and the river. Whilst exploring the fortress we awkwardly interrupted a teen make out session in the towers, bad timing guys! Within the town ...
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