Villa Anri Mostar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... cancelled on me...I have other guests in the weeks to come...I don't know if you care about this or not...but I'm going to have to quit CS if that ref stays there...cause it would be too much trouble to have to explain myself all the time to everyone for a silly mistake like the one I made...if you can find it in your heart to forgive me and erase the message I'd be forever greatful....All the best....Davor 23/05/2014 15:18:30: Davor Couchsurfing Zagreb: Hey Christine...now ...
... so I got to talking to them...long story short, they asked who I was with and were SHOCKED to hear I was solo. They looked at me like I was a fugitive or something. Hah. Well they probably didn't think I was that crazy because one of them works in the finance world and gave me his card and told me to call him when I'm stateside, so maybe I won't be completely unemployed at the end of this trip haha. The night before I left, Vedad, Miran's cousin, took me and a couple ...
Mostar was the frontline in the civil war (which is far, far more confusing than I'm willing to get into at this point) in the 90s. You can go along and see all the damage done by bullets and shrapnel. That's pretty interesting. But it should come as ...
... very “clean” because it was made entirely by Salko with no preservatives or extraneous additives. The campsite was called “Paradise” because it was all-inclusive and because of where it was situated. We found out that Salko had fought for the Bosnian army in the conflict when he was 16 and a half but the way that he described the war itself was interesting. He said that the conflict was entirely to do with politics and that both before and ...
... an unfamiliar sound resonated throughout the street. It was Adhan, the Muslim call to prayer, and it was coming from the closest mosque. Five times per day, each mosque in the city broadcasts a live or pre-recorded, harmonious chant that indicates to all Muslims that it’s time to pray.
When I got to the restaurant, I ordered something that I saw a bunch of kids ordering last night. It was essentially slivers of beef, coated in ketchup and ...