Villa Anri Mostar
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... guardians, armouries, and gunpowder at the time of the Ottoman Empire. One of the towers has now been converted to a mosque which is quite a reversal of use.
It was a traditional rite of passage for young men of the town to leap from the Stari Most Bridge into the Neretva River. The tradition continues although the jump is now undertaken by professionals who jump ...
... It was 11.15am before any of us had surfaced, check out was 12 - no way were we going to make that as for me at least (because I actually admitted it, pretty sure the rest were suffering even more so) the last nights efforts on be vodka and beer had taken their toll... We were going anywhere anytime soon! Just before 12 we did the - go and pay and get the passports back, but not actually leave the site - scenario, that bought us recovery time. Slowly but ...
... a photo of one of the divers making his final jump after losing his leg in the war. People tried to talk him out of it but it was important to take the final jump to conclude his diving career. So it was quite cool to watch a the boys take a jump and they were joined by another jumper, Lauren. Locals were very impressed that a girl was doing it. We are now on our way to Montenegro with Mike the Canadian. We plan on seeing Sarajevo and other parts ...
On Mon, 5/19, we left Dubrovnik and crossed the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina. Herzegovina is about 10% of the country and Mostar is the main city. The country has 3 presidents because the agreement to end the war of the1990's required that the presidency be occupied by a Serb, a Croat and a Bosnian who share the office! Apparently, Herzegovina can be part of the country's name but ...
... 5, knowing they would jump for $25 as its well advertised in travel blogs, etc. It took 30 mins to get the rest of the money. People just don't get it and it was so annoying to hear the talk - if every person lined up to take photos paid $1, they would be jumping every 5 mins and lots more jumpers would be employed. From there I took over the wheel and as usual, the road narrowed, the GPS started giving ridiculous directions and we ended up navigating via ...