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Travels through History: Journeys in the former Yugoslavia - Sarajevo

This excerpt from the book about my travels in The Balkans

Now it was time for me to find the place where the first World War started on the street by the river. 364 kata lagi



Visiting the site of the 1995 Srebrenicia genocide was an important but heartbreaking experience. The site has since become a memorial in memory of the more than 8,000 Muslim Bosniaks that were massacred in Srebrenica during the Bosnian War. 428 kata lagi

Study Abroad

Croatia to Bosnia, Culture Shock? Just a tad...

I haven’t written anything for a while and it’s not due to a lack of material, events, sights, knowledge gained or utter debauchery, as there has been plenty of that. 1.861 kata lagi

The Pyramid of Vesocica, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Visoko, Bosnia.

What always looked like natural formations, were recently identified as being artificial.

The ”Temple of the Sun”, one of the… 83 kata lagi

Crazy Stories

Travels through History: Journeys in the former Yugoslavia - Bosnia-Herzegovina

This excerpt from the book about my travels in The Balkans

If the visitor just sees the area around the Turkish bridge, they would find it difficult to believe there was ever a war in Mostar. 101 kata lagi


Driving in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The roads in Bosnia vary in quality from newly laid to completely disintegrated, and everywhere in between. There are very few highways, the majority of roads in the country are two lane country roads, twisting and turning through the mountainous landscape. 556 kata lagi

Road Trip

A Land Where the Rivers Flow into the Heavens at Night

21 years ago today a great battle took place in Bosnia.

In the early hours of Friday, 21 July 1995, days after the massacre of 8000 innocent Muslim men, women and children in Srebrenica, the Bosnian Army launched a major offensive against Serb positions in the vicinity of the central Bosnian town of Zavidovic. 366 kata lagi

Heroes And Survivors