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... about Bosnia is that this hate and discrimination against Muslims and Bosnians is still occurring. For instance, only Croat nationals can play at certain soccer fields, and Croats and Muslim kids attend the same schools yet they are separated and obtain 2 different forms of education where they learn different history. This was what disheartened me the most. Additionally, the Croat children are not learning unprejudiced behaviour. Instead they are being taught ...
... one of the islands called 'Supetar' travelling over some rather bumpy waves.
As we pulled in towards the island, anchoring the boat about 40m from the coast. I jumped in first, followed by Joseph and then mum and dad. We swam over to the land leaving our small little boat sitting relatively still on the much calmer waters around the island. As we clambered up rocks we immediately regretted leaving our water shoes on the boat. Dad smugly ...
Ellisa was successfully launched on Monday and we have spent 2 days scrubbing, fixing electrics and putting sails on. Ready for a test sail but storm bound due to thunder and lightning and heavy winds, so hope to head out on Thursday and start ...
... the Slav peoples of the region, but it turned out that there were fundamental differences between those Slavic people. I am no expert on ethnicity, but it appeared that Serb and Bosnian and Croat and Slovene and Montenegrin and Herzegovinian no longer wanted to live together, and so they fought against each other to grab and defend what land they could. It was an ugly, destructive and bitter conflict. It was about territory, and it was about cultural, religious ...
First thing you need to know about Dubrovnik, it's a walk-in city no cars allowed. Anyway, on the first day of our visit to Dubrovnik we climbed the city walls. The most beautiful city castle walls in all the world (my opinion)! We had just started walking along the walls when my little sister found some huge binoculars attached to the city walls facing the middle of the ...