Bosnia-Herzegovina | Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel
Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel
One of many Sarajevo Roses found throughout the city. These craters from mortar shells were filled with red resin after the war.

I trampled a few roses before learning why the streets and sidewalks of Sarajevo were covered with red splotches. During the Bosnian War, an average of 329 mortar shells rained down...

The UNESCO World Heritage village of Pocitelj, with its historic mosque and hilltop fortress

Miran, owner of Miran Hostel, is an angry man. “I am not politically correct and you will not like a lot of what I say,” he announced as we climbed into...

Cobblestone streets in the OldTown area of Mostar display the "Circle of Life" design

Bosnia-Herzegovina is one of those countries that raised eyebrows whenever I told someone I was headed there. Those who had no idea where it was had a vague notion that it...