Walk Down Memory Lane: Bosnia Trip part 7

We walked around Ilidža in Sarajevo where we lived for 10 years. We saw the river, the trash in the river, the new mosque, the old stores, and we went to two of our old haunts for kifla (like big breadsticks), ice cream and coffee.

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