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April 30, 2004

I am in Deutschland. Made it barely… by air today. Haven’t had too much luck with the whole flying thing lately… some close calls.

Anyhooo my first impression of being out of Bosnia was how clean the cars here are. I have plenty to say and will try to say it in the next day or so while I have bandwidth but I can’t promise anything.

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More Srebrenica graves revealed
Some 7,000 Muslim men and boys were killed in the town of Srebrenica - the worst atrocity in Europe since World War II - during the Bosnian war.

April 20, 2004

Sorry it has been so long since I have written. Things here are going as well as things like this go, stuff is busy and Sarajevo life is pretty nice when I get out and about

I really don't have a lot to say at this point. I am working hard on a social justice campaign and think I will be successful soon.

Life here is nice; my living conditions are fine, not plush and not cushy but adequate. The night life in Sarajevo is very happening, tons of clubs and café's, I eat out all the time and am getting fatter as the days go by. I have taken full advantage of living and working in such a cool city and been around to see most of it, not to mention having consumed my fair share of local wine and beer….. and maybe a few other's fair share also.

This country is full of beautiful people living in second or in some cases third world conditions, but they all manage to be sexy, trendy and hip (men and woman, although many have dental issues), it's a very strange thing for me coming from my normal area of the world.

If you can make it over here I will show you a good time, if you can't make it over here you should! You can get super cheap tickets from DFW to Stuttgart Germany (from $300) and from there to here round trip will cost you about the same, or you can take a 15 hour bus trip for much less, or even a 24 hour train trip (not recommended). You don't need a visa for either country just show up and I'll get you in. Bosnia has tons of cool stuff to see and is really very safe. In another month or so I will be heading south to the beaches of Croatia to do a little scuba diving, you know you will want to be here for that!

I have not been able to keep up with many of your blogs, however when I get a chance to read them it seems as though you're not writing much…. What's up with that?

I want to send a special shout out to Red who is the only one from the DFW group who has written me an e-mail since I have been here (besides one relation). Don't worry about me out here… I mean I don't need your e-mail I am just saving the world and bringing justice to the oppressed and righting the wrongs of millions of lost souls. So just keep on doing what your doing and forget you ever knew me………………… ok well maybe I am over reacting.

Would love to hear from you. Travishenderson2003@yahoo.com or if you really know me write to my other address.

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April 18, 2004

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April 12, 2004


April 11, 2004

I have 290 Bulk messages in my Yahoo mail bulk mail folder. I am never going to empty it, I am just going to let them fill it up forever.


Easter today. Nothing going on here, rolled in at 2am this morning, slept till 12 and got an e-mail from my mommy with some memories of Easter's past:

The last Easter we were in Peshawar the sunrise service was in a lovely garden near Suddar Bazaar. During the service, as I was following along as someone read a scripture, a bird flew over and let loose with perfect aim. It went, "Kersplat!" right on the page, and needless to say, my concentration was lost at that point. I wiped it off and then made a note on the page, for posterity sake, (Oh, and the chai was so good that morning, hot and fresh, with bougainvillea blooming all around.). My senses are remembering well tonight...yummy, steamy sweet chai, beautiful blooming vines, people I love, and Peshawar just awakening all around us. Wonderful memories of Resurrection Day 8 years ago.

Did I ever tell you about the Easter Eve when Travis gave himself a hair trim? Yep, we were sitting at the table dying eggs with friends, when nearly 4 year old Travis picked up the scissors (that we were using to cut the decals), took a huge chunk of hair in hand (directly above his nose), and cut it right off at the scalp. What a sight he was...those long blond bangs with two inches cut out of the middle. We have a picture of that Easter, for sure. I wonder if he remembers that event?

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