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Bosnia Day 4: Sarajevo

Bosnia Day 4: Sarajevo

My last day in Sarajevo was a rainy day. I had a Bosnian dish for lunch called Pita. Best Pita is the one made on charcoal and you can have it in Sac restaurant. A circular bread filled with...

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Bosnia Day 3: Sarajevo

Bosnia Day 3: Sarajevo

I spent the morning walking around Sarajevo and visiting Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque. Afterwards I went to a famous restaurant to have Cevapi, the well-known dish of Bosnia and Herzegovina. All the...

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Bosnia Day 2: Sarajevo

Bosnia Day 2: Sarajevo

Two and a half hour road from Mostar to Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, goes alongside of the river, vineyards, olive gardens and through mountains and a forest. It was snowing in...

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Bosnia Day 1: Mostar - A Charming Historical City

Bosnia Day 1: Mostar - A Charming Historical City

Mostar used to be the symbol of harmony of ethnicities. During Bosnia war and after collapse of Yugoslavia, Mostar was the most bombed city in Bosnia. Almost all of the city was ruined and after...

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Giethoorn in Netherlands; More like a dream than reality

Giethoorn in Netherlands; More like a dream than reality

The village's population is 2600 but each year there are 200 thousand Chinese tourists alone visiting.

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Zhangjiajie or Avatar Mountains and Yellow Dragon Cave

Zhangjiajie or Avatar Mountains and Yellow Dragon Cave

Ever since I saw the movie Avatar in 2009 and learned that many of the scenes and mountains were inspired by a mountain in ...

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Machu Picchu; Lost City of the Incas

Machu Picchu; Lost City of the Incas

I cannot explain what I saw and how I felt. One must be present in Machu Picchu and see the mountain through the clouds ...

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Kosovo Day 3: Peja City

Kosovo Day 3: Peja City

Main reason I decided to come to Peja is visiting two very especial monasteries which both are on UNESCO's World Heritage List. The 700 year-old Patriarchate Monastery is only 2 kilometers from...

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Salar de Uyuni the world's largest salt flat

Salar de Uyuni the world's largest salt flat

Salar de Uyuni is the most popular attraction of Bolivia. This salt flat with at 10,000 square kilometers with an altitude of 3600 meters above the sea level is an infinite source of salt.

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Bosnia Day 4: Sarajevo

Bosnia Day 4: Sarajevo

My last day in Sarajevo was a rainy day. I had a Bosnian dish for lunch called Pita. Best Pita is the one made on charcoal and you can have it in Sac restaurant. A circular bread filled with...

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