Author Archives : Zana Jaganjac

Your restaurant guide to Sarajevo


Food is very important in daily life in Bosnia & Herzegovina, we simply love cooking and we spend a lot of time in the kitchen preparing dishes. We believe that food bring people together and we go all in when guest are coming over for dinner or even for a coffee – and I promise you one thing: you won’t…

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The Halal Guide – Places to eat abroad


After my most recent travel to Austria and Czech Republic, I figured that I wanted to make a guide of all the good halal restaurants I’ve visited around the world, as I know it might be quite hard to find a good place – I’ll also include those where they serve delicious seafood and vegetarian food. [table id=1 /]    

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25 hours – Almost home


Where do I stay when I travel, you ask. Well, that varies a lot. I stay at hostels, two, three, four and five stars hotels, and I’ve even slept in tents and under the open sky. What do I enjoy the most? Luxury, of course. I mean who doesn’t like luxury, right? Imagine my enthusiasm when I found my favorite…

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A true paradise for Vegetarians


It can be quite hard to find a good vegetarian restaurant, or a restaurant that offers many vegetarian dishes. However, I succeed in finding these restaurant from time to time, depending on the destination, and I might even have found my all time favorite. Last week when I was in Vietnam, more precisely in Ho Chi Minh City I found…

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A tour around Phnom Penh


Exactly one week ago, on Saturday April 25th, I arrived in the capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh. As we arrived late afternoon, all the main tourist attraction were closed so we grabbed some dinner and walked a bit around town. I must admit that my first impression of the city wasn’t the best as it seemed like there were not…

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My Vietnamese diary – first impressions


Firstly, I’ll like to apologize for not posting articles for quite a while; the reason being, I’ve been on the road the last 4 weeks with a full tight schedule with no time for rest nor writing and I’m sorry for that. Looking on the bright side though, you’ll get a whole bunch of articles the coming weeks; from my…

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River Rafting in Bosnia


If you haven’t figured it out yet, it’s about time you do. I love adventure and I love doing crazy things such as trying out extreme sports. Only this post is about a less extreme sport than skydiving being river rafting. Some years ago I decided to try out river rafting in Bosnia & Herzegovina as it’s a very popular…

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Castles, Shrines & Temples in Japan


Japan is home to many impressive castles, shrines and temples. In the summer 2013, I was so lucky that I was invited to Japan and I got to visit many of these (far from all of them as there are thousands). When visiting quite a few of them, I had trouble telling the difference between a shrine and a temple (a…

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