A walk in Sarajevo

After Vienna I can say that the real trip really star­ted: as much as I like going to places that I know and love already, trav­el­ling is still for me the dis­cov­er­ing of new cit­ies, new people, new food and — some­times — new languages ;-)

I had to get from the recesses of my memory the few things of Serbo-Croa­tian ((I guess now the lan­guage is called “Ser­bi­an & Croa­tian & Bos­ni­an & Montenegrin” or some­thing along these lines . . . No idea about the Herzegov­ina part, though.)) I learned dur­ing my years of hol­i­days in Croa­tia, basic­ally hvala ((Thanks.)) and točeno pivo, nula pet ((A large draught beer.)).

Sara­jevo is a beau­ti­ful city, very lively but at the same time a little bit too crowded — but in this sea­son I just have to cope with it. On a side note, the girls here are really beau­ti­ful, but both too young and too tall!

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