Villa Anri Mostar
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- Continental Breakfast
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... known as Kravice Falls. I have not been nominated for the Ice Bucket Challenge but this swim really would have met the criteria! We swam across to the other side, attempted to find the 'Jacuzzi' under the falls, but as I still had not regained proper breathing from the bloody cold water and shock from entering, we returned to the appreciate the falls from land. A song later containing the lyrics 'I don't know but I've been told, waterfalls are bloody cold' was ...
... to walk through Zadar and experience our first taste of the coast since we started travelling. The both of us were excited to finally be standing by the ocean with a nice breeze. The sun ended up coming out for us which allowed some awesome pictures of Zadar. We read that there was an "ocean organ" built into the side of the waterfront boardwalk. We were so intrigued so we went to find it and were blown away! One section of the boardwalk has many holes drilled into ...
... but then was rebuilt and opened again in July 2004. Now it is an UNESCO heritage site. Smack dab in the middle of town it's hard to miss when you are actually walking around. They also have VERY well trained jumpers. Three or four boys stand at the top of the bridge and collect about €20 or so and one of them jumps off the 24 m (78 ft 9 in) tall bridge into the water below. In turn a person can take a class to do the same thing ...
... way. The bus appeared to bypass the long queues which formed at each one, which was a godsend. It was slightly un-nerving when 3 different police officers boarded the bus to inspect everyone's ID – slightly more so when one guy was ordered off the bus – he was allowed back on about 10 minutes later – what I wouldn't have given to be a fly on the wall in that interview room! We stopped en-route in Neum, Bosnia’s only coastal town ...
... Beers" so far. If Sarajevsko is any sign of what the country is capable of in its rebuilding, they are off to a great point!!!
Next destination... The town of Pag on the Island of Pag, Croatia
(I would also later return to Bosnia in order to visit Sarajevo)
More to come, I'm having an incredible reflective and relaxing experience.