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Very comfortable rooms with very hospitable and kind hosts. Would highly reccomend this family B&B
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... was also provided as well as wine, and it was a very complete and tasty meal. For dessert we were treated to a demonstration of how to properly prepare Turkish coffee, which consisted of a strong coffee in a small metal container, which is then poured into a small cup which had a sugar cube in the bottom. It takes a bit of skill to stir the coffee in such a way that the grounds remain at the bottom. After lunch we had a few minutes to walk around outside ...
... and Mostar.
Sent home: ‘What had really happen here? I’d love to be a brick in a house that witnessed the history only to tell the truth. Will my truth also depend on which side of the bridge was the house located? With Love, Love, Love from Mostar! Ula’
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... have painted silhouettes of people on the sidewalks to show where people once walked, relaxed, and socialized. Now the square is deserted except for car traffic at the intersection. From here we walked along streets nearby, where we saw buildings that were converted to bunkers and apartments that have been reconstructed next to half-standing shells of people's houses. Some floors of these rundown, ravaged apartments are lived in, as evidenced by curtains in the windows, despite ...
The way back to Bosnia was a lot easier this time round, except for when we decided to drive via Kotor - "just a short 5min detour!" Steve said measuring out kilometers on the map. 45min later, we were still zigzagging our way along the narrow coastal road, a trail of cars behind us, Steve's sweat dripping onto the dashboard. A new car game was invented... Wild cow spottings: 4 (we maintain the one with a cow bell ...
... the following day. "You want to go." It wasn't a question, it was a statement. We very much wanted to go. We had heard nothing but amazing, spectacular, life affirming things about the tour.
Breakfast was homemade and delicious. Anxiously we waited on the couch for our tour guide to arrive. With bells and whistles blaring (literally) he comes in with the brightest orange shirt and yellow swim trunks I have ever seen. Dancing and singing ...