Bosnia- A Reflection

Its been almost two weeks since I have returned to Colorado. I have had a constant stream of people asking me about my trip and wanting to see pictures. Each time I talk with someone about my trip it allows me to process my experiences in a different way. Some ...

. Read More →

Stop and Breathe

After hiking about 7 miles along the edge of a breathtaking canyon and up the side of a mountain I came across the tiny village of Lukomir. With a population of roughly 25, it is the most populated village located at the highest elevation in Bosnia. The town is old ...

. Read More →

Personal Growth

During my experiences in Bosnia, I have learned about the regrowth the of the cities and people, how communities have banned together to rebuild families, and have found a piece of myself that I can only find during travel. As I travel the world and meet new people I gain ...

. Read More →

Srebrenica

Although I had mentally prepared myself for what was to come during our visit to Srebrenica, no one could ever be completely emotionally prepared when listening to the heartbreaking stories told by Hasan and Saliha. Both survivors of the genocide, had lost loved ones in the forest as they were ...

. Read More →

Prvi Utisak

After arriving in Bosnia after a long day and a half of flying I was really excited to begin seeing the city I have learned so much about. I did not have a window seat flying in so I could not see any of the city from above. By doing ...

. Read More →