City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Bags galore


Anonymous Anonymous said...

In every street market in every town throughout the world, there's a bag stall to bring joy to the hearts of people who already have a bag (I'm being very careful what I say!)

18 September, 2010 10:33  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gvozdar, Staklar, Kosmeticar - once you've got a trio a pattern starts to emerge - presumably "ar" at the end means a shop where the rest of the word is sold?

18 September, 2010 10:38  
Blogger Linda said...

Who knew there could be so many designs of bags in the world? There's no end to human creativity...

18 September, 2010 23:32  
Blogger Tash said...

Hi Owen,
'ar' is more like 'er' as in bakER, shoemakER - identifying the craftsman.
Gvozdar - metal (iron) maker (or hardware store)
Staklar - glass-maker
Kosmeticar - beutician

24 September, 2010 18:25  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the explanation, Tash. I guess that makes you and Jazzy Bloggars!

25 September, 2010 10:58  
Blogger Tash said...

Hee-hee. Very clever, Owen.
Although, it would be Bloggari :)

26 September, 2010 08:01  

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