Category Archives: Where’s Bosco Now?

Unfinished business…returning to Zagreb!

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

I knew that the few days I spent in Zagreb in June was not enough for me to get a real sense of the city so I came back to finish my exploration of the Croatian Capitol. Zagreb has a more »

Sarajevo…Where East Meets West.

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

The trip to Sarajevo from Mostar is one of the most beautiful journeys in Europe. You can go by train or bus but the train was out of service, due to rail repairs, the day I wanted to travel so more »

Moving on to Mostar…the divided city

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

Leaving by bus from Split on a beautiful Croatian day, I was heading to Mostar. I decided to explore a bit of Bosnia – Herzegovina while on this holiday.  What a bus ride it turned out to be. Heading south more »

A Croatian Holiday…Zagreb to Split!

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

I hesitate to use the word Holiday for my trip to Croatia because some of my readers get testy when I talk about “going on holiday” as if I am undeserving of a break….Ha!  The Merriam – Webster Dictionary uses more »

Turkey…day in and day out!

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

Here I am trying to figure out this Turkish Culture and I have a lot of questions…I’m stumped. Now my friends and long time acquaintances are rolling their eyes and saying to themselves, so what’s new.  But there are other more »

Turkey…Settling In or Not?

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

For six years I have been on the road circling the globe in search of what, I ask myself.  Have I really been searching for something, someplace or have I just been wandering for the sake of wandering.  This is more »

The Sun Sets On My Irrawaddy River Adventure

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

As our trip on the Irrawaddy River started to wind down,  we had just a few more stops to make on our Viking River Cruise. For me the stop in the small craft village of Yandabo was a highlight of more »

The ever changing Irrawaddy River

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

The evening before we departed Mandalay we took off to see one of the principal photo ops in Mandalay…the sun setting behind U Bein Bridge.  The bridge is the oldest, longest teak bridge in the world. Located in the Amarapura more »

Mandalay… a city of misfortune!

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

  We were on our way to Mandalay. No, not Maxim de Winter’s house in the Daphne Du Maurier novel Rebecca, but the last Royal City of Myanmar. We were coming to this most misfortunate of cities to meet our more »

Experiencing the essence of Myanmar…Inle Lake

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

Our Viking tour group flew up to Heho, a small town with a regional airport…which, believe me, is far easier than bouncing along on the narrow poorly paved roads leading to Inle Lake. Like most underdeveloped countries Myanmar suffers from more »