Jul 5, 2022 • 31M

The Bosnian Who Lives on a Boat

Biljana Lipić, Tango Teacher, Artist, Filmaker

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image courtesy of www.cornwalllive.com

This interview was recorded with a few hiccups due to buffering across our feed 😞

In this episode I get to talk to Biljana Lipić, a resident of Cornwall in the United Kingdom but originally from Sarajevo.

Biljana lives on a boat anchored on a Cornish river. I first found out about Biljana from a story that I stumbled across online.

image courtesy of www.cornwalllive.com

I have to admit that I have always had an interest in narrow boating, and living on the water in general, so when I saw that someone from Sarajevo had achieved what was one of my dreams back in the day, I just had to find out more.

image courtesy of www.cornwalllive.com

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