Cheese - Sir
🇧🇦 Bosnia and Herzegovina makes the 13th best cheese in the world it seems.
Hello and welcome to this edition of our Blog, from Čardačani, in the north of Bosnia and Herzegovina, written by an immigrant (me), as I am neither a tourist or a citizen here.
We weren’t active online much this past week.
This past week has been rather hectic for us. My nephew has been visiting from the UK. He came many years ago and wanted to return.
I planned a list of things to see and do, quite a lot actually, albeit that I advocate for “slow tourism”. In the end we did hardly anything on that list, as the weather was hot, hot, hot, and dictated otherwise.
As far as documenting our life as we usually do, we just “cut away” and dedicated the time to us. We had FUN.
A really refreshing decision.
Banja Luka’s First Buskers Festival (TrotoArt)
The Dubioza Kolektiv returned to Banja Luka after quite a hiatus. Supported by “Sopot”, it was, again, an amazing and unforgettable experience. I simply can’t wait for their next visit.
If you are from the region (or maybe not), what are your thoughts about the “Dubioza”?
A Piece of Banja Luka History Slated for Renovation
🇧🇦 Fun Fact
Why Not Come and Experience Bosnia and Herzegovina
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