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Published: August 3rd 2014
From Belgrade, Mirela helped me arrange a shuttle bus that picks you up and drops you off in Sarajevo where you would like. This was especially helpful as it rained most of the day. I left quite early in the morning, around 6am and was in Sarajevo by lunchtime. The drive was interesting, through mountain roads, really fast, in the rain. Sarajevo is quite a cool town, very alive and yet still mending after the war in the 90s. I really enjoyed my time here. I stayed in a dorm, which I said I would not do on this trip, but sometimes it is inevitable (especially when you are traveling for so long and don't want to spend all your money on accommodation). But, I stayed for four nights and three of those nights I had that room to myself, so that was great. The first day it rained, so I walked around a little, then went to the movies to dry off. The second day I walked around a lot, then went to the movies to cool down. The third day I took a day trip to Mostar and the last day I took a tour to the war tunnel
that was built under the airport, so the people could get more food and supplies while they were under seige for four years.
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