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... fantasy destination. As is usual with ideals and fantasies, the reality is more complex. I think you'd be doing Mostar, Bosnia and the Balkans a disservice by visiting the place as a picture postcard location and taking beautiful photographs without at least a passing thought to the recent history of the town, the lives lost there and the contradictions between the ability we have for utter destruction and also for creating and appreciating sublime beauty at the same ...
... br> The easy crossing of the borders didn’t last however. At the next crossing back into Bosnia, the bus was required to stop and all our Passports were collected. Our driver took them first to a booth on one side of a square and then across to another booth. The process took about half an hour and when I got my Passport back, I was disappointed that it wasn’t stamped.
After another short drive, we arrived at the small town of ...
... worth the 30 minute wait. Jason got a meat one which just tasted like a really good sausage roll and I got the spinach one which isn't actually a called burek but rather a pie. Both were really good and so filling that I couldn't even eat it all. We walked back down to the car with a bit of nervousness as Teo had said he doesn't bring people up to the fort when it is too hot since there are too many poisonous snakes! Usually at this time of year temps were pushing early 40s but as ...
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This morning, tour Mostar, the principal city of the Herzegovina region. The city is named for the watchtowers (mostars in Bosnian) of its historic bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The bridge spans the Neretva River, which divides the town into Muslim and Croat sections and was designed by the Ottoman architect Mimar Hayruddin in the 16th century. The stone structure was built over ...
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