This episode is a bit different from our usual ones. Instead of interviewing fascinating individuals about Bosnia and Herzegovina, I’m sharing some personal experiences and observations from my life in this heart-shaped country.
I had an interesting episode planned for you today. I was going to take you on a walk through my village, describing the beautiful forestry and local landmarks. However, an unexpected bout of dizziness forced me to cut the walk short. Despite this setback, I’m sharing my experience up to the point where I had to turn back.
We’ll also touch on some health concerns I’ve been having, particularly recurring balance issues. There’s a family history with similar issues, but we won’t get into that right now.
Despite the unexpected turn of events, I encourage you to stay tuned for more personal stories and insights about life in the Balkans. And as always, I’d love to hear your thoughts and reactions in the comments section or on review platforms.
This episode is a reminder that life doesn’t always go as planned, but there’s always a story to tell. So here’s to more stories from me, David, an Englishman in the Balkans.
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