Bosnian Coffee

Bosnian coffee is “part of Bosnian and Herzegovinian culture and national identity”. A big deal, it’s a tradition and social ritual. Preparing Bosnian coffee isn’t as easy as making espresso or using a French press, mocha pot, or drip machine. At first, I was clueless and asked my landlord if there was a French press…

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Travnik and Jajce Central Bosnia-Herzegovina

Wednesday was another warm, beautiful day in Sarajevo. We’ve had a run of “false spring” weather which was perfect for a tour of Travnik and Jajce in Central Bosnia-Herzegovina. The two towns are historically significant and known for their national monuments. Again, the group was small – me, Kathryn from Frankfurt, and Samir our Meet…

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Sarajevo Walking Tour

I’ve been exploring Sarajevo but decided to join a guided walking tour today. We walked several hours mostly covering territory in Old Town. Several Bosnians started the tour group – Meet Bosnia – a few years ago. They’re clearly passionate about their city. The tour was rich in history and stories. The Meet Bosnia office…

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