About

I’m trying to be drop of goodness on this Planet with a tendency of growing into the rain. If you want to ask anything about Bosnia, feel free to contact me on Twitter or on the phone 00387 66 18 66 34

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  1. I never had read your about page now that I realised.

    I do have a question about Bosnia, is there any danger there? As in military type of conflict?

    As you can see I´m a bit out of current events about your country, so it´s great you write about it because I don´t see the television saying much about it.

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    • War is over 19 years ago and Bosnia is now pretty good place for living. Watch FIFA World Cup in Brasil this year, our team will be there. 🙂 Angelina Jolie drop here often 🙂 etc.. There is some news. I’m glad that you’re interested about Bosnia and I hope that you’ll visit us some day.

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      • I´ll visit when Angelina Jolie visits.

        Beautiful country side that for sure. And if you put as I call her “Angie” in the middle all the better 🙂

        Forgot, you won´t be able to win against Spain. You can´t nobody can.

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  2. Dear Alis, I’m so grateful for your recent decision to follow Learning from Dogs. Thank you. If at any time you would like to share pictures and thoughts in a guest post on LfD, please feel welcome. Would love to publish them.

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  3. Hello Alis, What stunning photographs. Thank you so much for following our blog at ‘From Ethiopia, with love’ we really appreciate it. I’m looking forward to following your blogs – fascinating. Salli

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  4. Hello There!
    I look forward to really diving into your blog. Also, thank you for following my blog at Faith1st Ministries. I hope it has and will continue to be a major blessing in your life. May God richly bless you as you continue to write and blog. Please continue with us on this journey and remember to have Faith 1st because the “just shall live by his faith.” — Sebastian

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  5. Alis, I have nominated you for a Liebster bloggers’ award. If you would like to accept the Liebster and participate in the sharing of this benevolent chain award we bloggers pass to each other, please see the post on my website at the link below for more information. I have a link back to your blog on my blog to show my appreciation for your wonderful blog about the beauty of Bosnian culture and country and to help others find your website as well. If you prefer not to participate you don’t need to do anything and if you prefer that I not link back to your page just let me know and I will remove it. Otherwise, I appreciate what you do here and wish you the best.

    Kindest Regards, Daniel (Willy Nilly)

    http://dwhinson56.wordpress.com/2014/05/20/omg-a-liebster-came-knocking/

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  6. Thanks for following my blog. I like the idea of being a drop of goodness on the planet, it needs all the drops it can get.

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  7. Thanks so much for the follow – the pictures you have are beautiful (even though some are very sad with all of the flooding)…Sending peace and dry weather vibes your way…

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  8. Thank you so much for the follow Alis. It seems that Bosnia has had its fait share of suffering and now to have the floods…my heart goes out to those caught up in another challenge. Best wishes to all involved. I look forward to seeing more of what looks like a beautiful country. MM 🍀

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  9. Hi

    (I didn’t find your email so here it is :/)

    First of : Love your blog ❤

    I am thinking of moving from wordpress.com to a self-hosted wordpress but sadly I will lose the WordPress Reader and my followers :/
    So if you still like my stories ( I hope you do :)), could you please sign-up via email?
    My email sign-up link : http://eepurl.com/WPz5H

    Thank you very much and I hope to hear from you soon

    Myriam @OffTWanderland
    http://offtowanderland.com

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  10. Alis, thank you for liking my post on A Bend in the Road. Lovely blog there, yourself. Would love to visit the European continent again some time (was in Germany and Austria in high school).

    Best,
    MH

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  11. How’s things in Bosnia these days, I’ve only been to two cities and stayed one night. Are the mountains safe now? My friends lived in BiH for several years and can even speak the language. My favourite moment was chatting to this merchant in Mostar
    http://snowgood.wordpress.com/2010/06/12/mostar-merchant/
    and I enjoyed hearing the stories about the man who wouldn’t sell his house to government so they could build a library. I was fascinated to stand where World War 1 was “ignited”, one day I must come back.

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  12. Thank you for following our blog. Through our photography and words we hope to inspire others to get out and see the world. And perhaps through those travels the world will become a smaller and less threatening place as we discover the many kindred spirits who share our passions, hopes and aspirations. As Mark Twain said, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.”

    It’s never too early or late to discover and follow your heart. Make time for the people, work, and causes you truly care about.

    Cheers, Wooly and Raeski.

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  13. Hey! Thanks very much for following Rusty Travel Trunk! I look forward to checking out your space here, especially learning about Bosnia. That whole region interest me and I hope to be able to visit one day!

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