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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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... Zafira, a small diesel station wagon with ample room for our baggage (important) and us (less important). With ALL of our luggage now stowed, we headed south from Split, hugging the coast, and stopped for a picnic at a beautiful cove along the sea. It was interesting that we could look directly across the water to the island of Brac, where we continued south and finally east to Bosnia-Herzogovina and the town of Mostar, in the area ...
... Croatian Defense Council”. I was quite moved by the video and a bit choked up. It was very disturbing to see artillery rounds hitting such a beautiful and historic bridge, a structure that had been there since about 1566. I could only imagine what it must have been like to be there at the time, but I tried not to dwell on that.
After that we had a short walk through another, more crowded bazaar area to the restaurant where we’ll ...
... making a wish. Cant tell you what I wished for, it wont come true... that and I don't actually remember ;)
The tour well and truly lived up to the hype and expectations laid by fellow travelers, I have absolutely no idea how Bata maintains his energy throughout the full 12+hours of the tour but it is worth every cent. Don't go with another company, it will not be the same, do however get a good nights rest the night before as you will need it!!
Our last stop was to visit the town of Pocitelj which sits along the Neretva River. We climbed up to the fort for a great view and stimulated the economy by loading up on fresh fruit and water for the drive back. The return trip to Dubrovnik was just as scenic as the drive to Bosnia. The landscape is mountainous and green which wasn't what I was expecting. This was such a terrific experience and allowed me to peek into a country I know so ...
... water. His brother also ran a hostel in Mostar and we went on a day tour which his brother ran. We visited a lovely waterfall which was only 12 degrees (refreshing!) and we drank from the cleanest fresh water spring in Europe. The water was delicious and was eight degrees so I literally bent down with a glass and scooped up the water, drinking it straight away. He also took us to a high mountain which overlooked Mostar and showed us some bomb shelters ...