Remembering Through Street Art and Architecture

During the Bosnian War, the city of Mostar underwent more than one siege. The first siege lasted a few months in 1992, and the second siege lasted for nearly a year (1993-1994). Today, bombed, bullet-pierced, graffiti-filled buildings still stand all throughout town. They demand that citizens and tourists alike remember…

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Počitelj and Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

I have finally made the time to write about the third part of our Balkans trip. Work has been keeping me more than busy lately, but I also feel that I have hesitated writing about the second part of our trip, since I wanted to do it right. Bosnia is…

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Dubrovnik, Croatia

It’s hard to believe that I was in Dubrovnik just over month ago. I can’t wrap my head around the fact that I’ve also boarded 7 flights since then. I’ve been on a bit of a travel binge, but I most likely won’t be a planning another trip out of…

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Disclaimer: This post is rated PG.  I know I probably should write posts about the rest of my Balkans road trip (and I will), but I’ve been waiting to write this post for the last three years, and finally, the time has come to write and share. Just a couple…

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Kotor, Montenegro

Nearly two years ago, I started looking for my first full time job abroad – well, my first full time, post-university job. period. I remember finding a listing for a teaching job in Kotor, Montenegro and googling a picture of the city. I didn’t end up applying for that job…

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