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Tag Archives: eastern europe

Eastern Europe retroblog: back to Budapest

Kate enjoyed her freshly squeezed orange juice at a sidewalk café. You know that stage in every trip when you […]

Eastern Europe retroblog: Brčko, part 2

(Brčko, part 1.) Saturday 23 June 2007 Had a wonderful tour of not one but two mosques, both of which […]

Eastern Europe retroblog: Brčko, part 1

Toward the end of our Eastern European adventure Kate and I arranged to volunteer at a children’s summer camp in […]

Eastern Europe retroblog: Mostar & Sarajevo

An Islamic graveyard in Mostar. Spooktastic. We arrived in Mostar pretty late–it’s a pleasant town best known for its historic […]

Eastern Europe retroblog: Split, part 2

(Split, part 1.) I haven’t felt like writing lately, let alone blogging, but sometimes the way to feel like doing […]

Eastern Europe retroblog: Split, part 1

The view from the train from Dubrovnik to Split (if I remember correctly, this landscape is technically in Bosnia). We […]

Eastern Europe retroblog: Hvar

Hvar was probably my favorite stop on our Eastern European adventure. Lavender fields (which we did not actually get to […]

Eastern Europe retroblog: Dubrovnik

Again, photographs of a beautiful place render description rather unnecessary. Dubrovnik is touristy and therefore everything is relatively expensive, and […]

Eastern Europe retroblog: Montenegro

This is going to be one of those posts where the pictures speak for themselves. Kotor was really, really beautiful, […]

Eastern Europe retroblog: Belgrade

  We were only in Belgrade for a day—but what a day! We visited the Tesla museum and hung out […]

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