Villa Anri Mostar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... different from this perspective. Darija mentioned that they have Vipers (snakes) in this area, so it’s not a good idea to wander too far off the highway.
We then carried on for about two hours to the small town of Ston, which was to be a WC and coffee break (and also a compulsory rest stop for our driver). The town was interesting and distinctive, both for the flooded salt flats near the town as well as the large stone wall that extended up ...
... to leave at 12.30.
We almost forgot to mention that at the train station in Mostar we met another girl from Germany who we knew from Belgrade so in the end it was four us walking around Mostar. We left our huge bags in a luggage custody at the bus station (BAM 2 for one bag) and went for at least short sightseeing.
There are actually two important mosques in Mostar that may be also accessed by tourists, including their minarets (entrance fee - BAM 8): Koski ...
We had to face the music and pay the tab on the boat. Not too bad considering all you crave in the hot weather is a refreshing beer or cider. Approximately 1100 Kuna, which sounds like we were alcoholics but I assure you not the case when you divide it between 2 people and over 7 nights! We left the boat around 9 and said our farewells and left in search of the train station. Which sounds like an easy target but took us a ...
... wipe the ‘tears’ from a large statue of Jesus that has recently started ‘crying’ at the knees. So we wandered the town a bit, wiped Jesus’ tears, got a gelato, and went to the bathroom where I got yelled at for wearing shorts and a singlet when you are not allowed to wear that in certain places in the town (such as the bathroom) due to the religious nature of the place… bit ...
... passerby. The sun came out for a little while in the late afternoon, which created a beautiful contrast with the dark clouds.
I spent another evening with my blog machine that night, right next to a fireplace inside of another Bosnian restaurant. I had some house made red wine, some ćevapčići, and a shopska salad.
The next day I left to head back to the Dalmatian coast. My destination was Dubrovnik, an old Croatian town with lots of ...