Hvala Vam Puno, Bosnia

I’ve been back in Colorado for over a week during which I have had time to decompress and consider what the entirety of the experience has meant to me. One of the main reasons I decided to go to Bosnia in the first place, is that I prefer travel that ...

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Facing the Future, Repairing the Past

One of the things I’ve come to look forward to most during my stay in Bosnia is first thing in the morning, when I wake up and wonder what unexpected surprises lie ahead of us for the day. We’ve taken in so much in so little time that I need ...

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The Road to Potocari

As I walked the road to Potočari from Srebrenica I looked down at the ground beneath me and was flooded with emotion. My feet were following the path that the scared, tired and hungry people of Srebrenica had walked two decades prior, seeking relief that instead resulted in massacre. Alongside ...

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Sarajevo

Bosnia Blog-06/13/2017 I’m writing this as a cannon blasts and the mournful tone of the call to prayer begins. This summer day has come to an end as the hot sun sets in Sarajevo and today’s Ramadan fast is broken. This is my first full day in Bosnia and of ...

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