My friend Doreen, who is with YWAM in England (but is from South Africa), is here visiting for a week. Unfortunately the weather has been pretty cruddy, and I have been busy, so she has mostly just seen Banja Luka and the inside of the Fellowship and my house (where she has been enjoying reading some of my books, so she has been very happy!).
However, today we braved the weather and took a trip to Jajce, about and hour an a half away. Despite being foggy in Banja Luka and in Jajce - it was sunshine along most of the rest of the way, so it was a good trip!
Here we are at the Krupa Falls: Here are the flour mills on the River Pliva near Jajce. It looks kind of sad now, but in the summer it is really beautiful!
Here we are in Jajce (pronounce Yait-se) at the fort. We had a great time just wandering around, despite the fog. We decided to get cevapi (which is traditional Bosnian grilled meat sausages in a special bread - you have to try it to know what it is!!) as it is always better in the Federation (where Jajce is) than in Banja Luka. We were nice and got it to go and brought it back to eat with Ljilja. I think we must be the only people ever to take cevapi from Jajce to Banja Luka! (it was GREAT though! Certainly worth the 1 1/2 hour wait while we drove home!!)