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... houses. Many have been rebuilt in the last 9 years or so and some people have moved back into them. We were lucky enough to meet a lovely elderly couple who invited us into their front terrace. Bata explained that they moved back here a while ago and hoped for their children to do the same. They've now given up on that and just hope that their children will visit from time to time. They are well into their 80s and the old man still gardens everyday to help keep himself ...
... he pointed out the ages on the gravestones; most that we saw were under the age of thirty. Despite ending the tour on a somber note, it was amazing to take in not only the sad things but also how the people of Mostar were holding onto their culture, slowly rebuilding their city, and gradually attracting tourists once again. I was out very late that night and walking back to the hostel, despite the abandoned buildings and quiet streets, I felt very safe; when you travel you start to ...
... me into drinking more than I wanted to and more than I was comfortable with. He also tried to kiss me. I was quite upset and I got very angry with him. I told him he was making me feel uncomfortable and that his conduct was not in keeping with the couchsurfing values, and shortly after I left his house. I initially was not going to write a reference, but then I thought that maybe he has done something like this before or maybe he would do it again, so I wrote a ...
... here had a massive mixed grill for lunch and a few beers. We could have stayed there for days. The water is so clear and there is plenty of fish. A snake actually wrapped around one of the Hungarian girls legs and then rose to the surface and swam away. Lucky they aren’t poisoness
From here we headed to an amazing old town in the hills with fortress ruins. ...
... to Bosniaks... and the list goes on. We could study and interview each side and get a slightly different story. The long story short is that the war left a scar on everyone who experienced it, and it now genuinely seems that everyone we speak with is ready to move forward and strengthen this beautiful region. We arrived at Mostar in the late morning and the temperature was much warmer than by the water in Dubrovnik. We set up a time to meet Zohan as he left us ...
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