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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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... the river and follow the smaller roads towards the old town, but the way we went took us through an area still littered with shelled buildings riddle with bullet holes and larger shell holes. Many still lie derelict and are a stark reminder of how this town was a major war zone only twenty years ago. The juxtaposition of this area with its reminder of the destructive nature of humanity at times and the old town five minutes up the road, which has to br ...
... so we grabbed one of them and some local house red. The meat platter was enormous. Even though we were really hungry after the long bus, we didn't make that much of a dent before we were stuffed. It had stuffed burgers, chicken with mushrooms, pork shishkebabs, fried meat croquette things, masses of fries, some boiled veg, and a salad. And that plus bread and wine cost about 20 Euro. Not a bad start to the Bosnian spread!
The next day we were going into explore Mostar and ...
... and some of his colleagues for Friday night drinks. It's my mate Gavin Murphy's friend, Luke who works for The UNHCR now in Sarajevo. And Gav used to he quite good friends with Ash, in fact, they used to live together in Hobart and went to school together too. Although I never really liked Gav very much, but I guess when Ash died, all divisions were finished. I guess it's because we all shared a mutual sadness. Anyway, Luke and his friends were lovely. I got on really well with ...
... painful. Mostar is a personification of the war. Croats and Bosnians with some Muslims in the mix lived here peacefully until the Serbs invaded. Once the Serbs were pushed back, unbelievably the Croats and Bosnians turned on each other and the Main Street and bridge become the front line. Shells of buildings sit beside retail stores, a new bridge has been built on the foundations of the old bridge (see photo). We saw ...
... but then the word spread.
After this short stop, we drove onto to the city of Mostar which was about 45 minutes away. We parked just out of the Old Town and walked in together. Our guide collected some maps for us, and gave us the general lay of the land and some free time. We stopped to have some lunch first (cevapi and Sarajevsko beer – yum!) and then dared to venture out into the heat. We spent some time just at the bridge, and luckily ...