Looking Back at our Summer in Sarajevo

It’s been about a week since the program ended, but just a day since I returned to Denver. I arrived at the airport last night and was greeted by my best friend and a view of the Rocky Mountains. I missed this place. Leaving Sarajevo on Tuesday was not easy. ...

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Favorite Moments in Bosnia

Bosnia and the Balkans have chewed me up, embraced me like an old friend, taken my breath away, and coated my digestive system in goat cheese and kajmak. Most days have favorite moments for me, so I’d like to share just a few that come to mind as I drink ...

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Srebrenica Revisited

Two-weeks after the Srebrenica Peace March, the towns tucked in the rolling hills of Eastern Bosnia are sleepy with summertime heat. The dust clouds from the hundreds of buses crowded in front of the former UN Dutch Base, have settled, heightening the clarity of the white headstones in the memorial ...

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Legend of the Deadly Propu

You can’t Google “Propu”. You can, but nothing significant pops up. However, if you were a fly on the wall in our hostel or bus, you would hear this word come out of our mouths on an hourly basis. As far as I can tell, propu is an ovary-eating devil ...

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