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Very comfortable rooms with very hospitable and kind hosts. Would highly reccomend this family B&B
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... in our direct line. The same guy who had been bothering us for money 40 minutes beforehand. We most certainly got the best view as the bridge was packed with people who probably, in reality didn't get to see much after the jumper had leapt.
After we had made it back down we stopped in at a Turkish cafe off to the side of the Mosque and got a Turkish coffee which is the same as a Bosnian coffee except it's boiled only boiled once (bosnian is boiled twice.) This coffee ...
... 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 ...
... Australian in the group, Sharon. And she's given me some advice about how I can go about getting a job like theirs overseas one day. I'm certainly interested and took a lot of notes :) because I suppose, in my mind, yes I'll go back to Australia for a little while, but I don't really have anything there, or at least, nothing to keep me there. I do have my family and friends, and it'd be lovely to see them again. But it's not like I have a job or a boyfriend who are waiting ...
... town Mostar filled with small shops selling souvenirs and crafts, two old mosques, some ruins from the 1990's war and the famous old Ottoman bridge built in the 15th century, destroyed in 1990's and now restored. A large part of Mostar was destroyed in the war and much has been rebuilt, but much remains destroyed. In the afternoon we went to Blagaj to view the underground source of Buna ...
Everyday at work, I got to see examples of how resilient people can be in the face of adversity. Visiting Mostar reminded me of this on a much grander scale. One of the reasons that I have always wanted to visit Bosnia and Herzegovina is because of a project called Operation Christmas Child that I helped organize in grade 4. The charity collects donations of shoeboxes filled with gifts to deliver to children in war ravaged countries. The boxes we made in 1994 were delivered ...