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... a museum which grew out of a temporary travelling exhibit, before finding a permanent home in Zagreb. The museum is really great, housing donated items and short stories from private donors about failed relationships. The items and stories range from incredibly touching exhibits, like the love letter written by a teenager on a bus fleeing the siege of Sarajevo to a girl in the bus behind, which he never had a chance to hand over due to the convoy being split up, to ...
... and hardly any people so I had my own compartment - was really nice and relaxing. Then we stop at this one stop for longer than usual. I was a bit worried I missed a direction because I was by myself this time. Then I saw a police officer and he yelled something and moved on - of course not in English. Was I to stay/leave? Luckily another guy came and asked for passports - we were at the Slovenia/Croatia border. A girl I met the next day was caught here for being in Europe ...
... of Opera Victoria could do with the advantage of a great
It was interesting seeing the
differences in the audience here. Only very occassional applause for
arias during the show. Many more young people, the bulk of the
audience wound have been under 40, more casual dress, no facilities
for drinks at intermission, the bulk of the audience swarms outside
for a cigarette at interval. Overall a memorable night.
... Croatia is more stable, which is a good thing overall, they must now learn how to fundraise because foreign entities do not recognize a need for assistance. Despite this shift, the agencies we visited continue to do work and implement programs aimed at reducing high school drop out rates, working with local communities to provide mental health services, launch national campaigns against bullying, and ...
... one was originally from the Phillipines and the other from Hungary. We talked briefly and I told them I was going to need to be up really early the next morning and I apologized in advance for any noise/light. I went downstairs to try to write some more on my blog and figure out some stuff for Croatia, but the internet was TERRIBLE. I don't know what it was, but my connection just kept failing all over the place. This hostel in Zagreb where ...