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The morning after our last night in Zagreb, Croatia, we packed up our things bright and early and caught a airport shuttle bus to the car rental place to pick up our vehicle. After papers were signed (luckily our friend Paige was the one to sign her life away), we picked up our 4 door hatchback and headed south out of Zagreb towards Plitvice National Park. We first stopped to have a bite in a small unknown city outside of Zagreb and Terrea finally found what she was ...
... Stari Most.
The bridge had graced the city since it was built by the Ottomans in the 15th Century and was a symbol of Bosnia's cultural diversity, something that clearly was forgotten during the war. After the bridge was destroyed it basically divided the town’s banks and ethnicity. Muslims to the North of the river and Croats to the South and anyone that crossed into the enemy territory would be given a beating at best, or worst, would not be seen again. ...
On reaching Mostar we were filled in on a little history about the place and what to expect. We met our guide who was a 26 year old woman who was present during the war there in the 90's. She showed us around a local mosque, the markets in the old town and told us about the famous bridge jumpers. The Stari Most bridge in Mostar is the symbol of the city and there are two divers who jump off the bridge which is 24m high into water that ...
... our own - but as we were on holiday we thought this would be a nice relaxing day trip. Our excursion was only going to take us to visit the city of Mostar for several hours.
For some reason there are three different land borders you have to pass to get into the country, and unfortunately we didn’t even get a Bosnian customs stamp in our passport to prove ...
... it is pretty high.
Long day of driving overall by the time we made it back up to Banja Luka, but I couldnīt believe I had the fortune to be seeing so much of the country this way. I even took a turn at the wheel when Drazen was tired for the last portion of the trip. Arrived at Marioīs apartment where he lives with his girlfriend, Vesna. Before we left for Sarajevo, Vesna didnīt know what to make of Mario ...
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