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Very comfortable rooms with very hospitable and kind hosts. Would highly reccomend this family B&B
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We passed by a memorial to 20+ Spanish UN peacekeeping forces that were killed by snipers during the siege. Man, after visiting this and learning about Srebrenica, you realize how pathetic the UN peacekeepers are. You just can't run an army by committee, especially by representatives of multiple countries. In Srebrenica in 1995, a Dutch UN peacekeeping force allowed the genocide of 8,000 Muslim men and boy civilians at the hands of ...
... Belgian Shepard cross and was about a year old. He was super friendly and just wanted to be involved in everything as we sat down with Teo the host to get the low down on Mostar, the restaurants and his home made rakia and sour cherry liqueur which we might add was very good. His father who was sitting nearby but not contributing due to lack of English makes it and even brought out the soaked sour cherries that they used, which were amazing to eat on their own too. Tiny little ...
... an older local woman's house for late afternoon tea, she had a beautiful garden growing such a range of fruits and herbs! We sat in her lounge as she brewed us Bosnian coffee, boiling the water, adding the coffee until the grinds rise to the top. Upon serving every glass is spooned some of the creamy layer from the top, once settled the coffee is poured; thick and strong. To drink it the typical way; dunk a cube of sugar, bite this part off ...
... stories and brought home the proximty of the scenes.
But today's Mostar, shows all the signs of a springtime emergence of re-birth. We found a great ...
... of our guide and her families narrow escape from the siege. We were given an hour of time to explore the area ourselves and take a few pictures of the cool location. After hearing about Bosnian food we decided to order cevapici which was a large bread-like wrap with onion and meat sticks, it was delicious. Walking back to meet the bus in the insane heat we could see bullet holes in many of the buildings left from the war not that long ago. Four ...