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... we were Irish,
simply because we didn’t speak Serbian. This was despite the fact that I wasted
my money on a Serbian scarf outside the venue.
My last night there had a bit of drama. We went to the Belgrade
beerfest, and there was a sign that clearly stated that we had to leave our
guns outside. Despite the lack of firearms the British blokes that we were with
somehow got themselves into a bit of a fight with the locals. I was
... you get a free pass if you make cool toys. Have we become like the French who seem to think Roman Polanski deserved a free pass on drugging and raping a 13 year old because he made good movies?
But see, I'm not morally conflicted at all. I don't have to take leave of the rest of my moral system to appreciate the greatness of Steve Jobs. I don't see anything at all wrong with amassing any sized fortune as long as its was begotten through ...
... busiest and most popular barges. The third and final group went MIA and somehow ended up back at the hostel just before us. The next day, I headed out to Skardarska - known as Bohemian alley - to try the local Serbian cuisine and enjoy a few domestic beers on tap. With roaming gypsy bands wondering up and down the street playing soulful melodies dragged from the depths of the saddest fiddles and violins, it turned out to be an extremely enjoyable and atmospheric evening. ...
... were many protests over the war and that the invasion of Bosnia and the siege of Sarajevo, were not popular with Belgrade's city residents, who did not all support what the military were doing. He said it was the country people stirred up and brainwashed by the military into thinking of "The Great Serbia" and the need for ethnic cleansing of Albanians and Muslims to achieve this.There was also electoral inequality in the Parliament allowing too ...
... mountain in Bosnia, Maglić mountain 2386m.
As we travelled though the mountains on a gravel back road heading for Mostar we passed through a couple of very pretty gorges cut through the limestone karst. Along this route we also passed one memorial to 13 men who were killed sometime in 1992 in an army vehicle. The skeleton of the vehicle was on the other side of the road. We couldn’t read what the inscription said, it was in ...