Villa Anri Mostar
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Mostar
... it had had a flat bow and stern for loading). The trip to the very scenic port of Orebić on the mainland only took about 20 minutes and once we got out of the port area, we started climbing a hill. We were held up for a few minutes in a “bottleneck” caused by a large truck that wasn’t able to move on the narrow road leading out of the port. The bus stopped part way up the hill so we could take pictures of Korcula, which now ...
... Croatia and Serbia in the war. Many of the old buildings have holes in them from the bullets and are crumbling down. The national anthem has no words and the flag no symbols to avoid conflict being brought to the country. We see a video of the city's landmark - the Stari Most (bridge) being bombed.
After a huge lunch, we have free time. Jeremy, Jared, Shayne and Nicole bravely decide they want to jump off the Mostar Bridge. There is a ...
... water later we were well and truly ready to escape the 43 degree heat and take comfort on the air conditioned bus. However, quickly before we left, the local representative for our day trip boarded the bus to talk to a guy who had jumped off the bridge without paying the 25 Euro. When he told the divers that he had no money as he had lost his wallet the night before they got aggressive with him and ruffed him up a bit. They discovered it was ...
We were up and caffeinated by 9 AM to meet up with our driver, Zoran, to take us to the city of Mostar in Bosnia. This was a great time to brush up on our local history and discuss the regions diverse racial, religious, and ethnic diversity. Luckily, we were able to pepper Zoran with questions about his first hand experience of the area and recent conflict. We all tried to work on our understanding of the groups that live in the region, from the Serbs, to the Croats, ...
Whilst in Dubrovnik we booked a day excursion to neighbouring country Bosnia & Herzegovina. This was a very fascinating trip, and we only wished we could see more of this interesting country. Perhaps we will return in the future, but first we shall discuss our day trip in some more detail.
We don’t typically book excursions, instead we prefer to visit ...