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TravelPod Member ReviewsPansion Rose Mostar
Very comfortable rooms with very hospitable and kind hosts. Would highly reccomend this family B&B
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... so the reflection off the bus windows made pics pretty near impossible.
(And yes, I've already figured out which side of the bus to head for in the morning. We were supposed to take public transportation again tomorrow, but Daniel has hired a bus of our own to take us into Montenegro shaving off 3 hours of travel time because the public bus goes into Croatia and then into Montenegro and with our own hired bus ...
... in the war and rebuilt. Every year, they have diving competitions from it, but even on a regular day, there are guys there who will jump the 30+ meters into the water below- for a price. The guide suggested that once they got 20 euro, they jumped, but that seemed realyl low to me as it might only take a few people and they'd be jumping a lot. On the bridge, I overheard 50, which sounded a bit more like it. We didn't actually see anybody jump, but at one point ...
... the centre of an important trade route for centuries, manly because of its iconic bridge crossing the Neretva River. Unfortunately, it was made more famous though for the roll it played in the Croat-Bosniak War, when not only was it bombarded by Serbs but also Christian and Muslim Croatian factions. Sadly on 9th November 1993 the bridge was totally destroyed by shell fire. This was more of a cultural strategy than strategic as the bridge was the soul of all the ...
... an amazing sunset dipping into the mountains and lighting up the river.
From our sunset vantage we made our way onto the elderly ladies house where we were served fruits, biscuits, juices made from her garden fruit and a traditional Bosnian coffee, during all this it was hard to imagine that in 1998 this lovely lady had been camping in the very same lounge room surrounded by the ruins of her former home.
With many thanks and the sun firmly set ...
... throngs of pilgrims praying, hugging and crying. Our next destination is the Kravice waterfalls, hidden in an almost unlocateable destination according to our GPS. These spectacular falls were well worth the visit, as we enjoyed a beer and a swim in the sweltering summer heat. Driving onwards, we arrived at Pocetijl, a small stone town complete with castle, that had been a central ...