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... had a great view of the bridge, so we bundled up and sat on the terrace so we could periodically take pictures as the light changed.
On the way back to the hostel, we tried to buy our train tickets to Sarajevo. For whatever reason, the lady refused to sell them until the day of the train… oh well! This train is supposed to be one of the most beautiful train rides in all of Europe, so we are pretty psyched! Also, ...
... with very high stone steps and no hand holds, was not for the faint-hearted and I was glad not to be climbing down in the tourist season and having to somehow pass someone coming in the opposite direction. We got ourselves a bargain lunch - a mixed grill to share consisting of a massive pork chop, a kebab on a stick, a sausage, ten local meatball things, grilled chicken breast, chips and salad, and lots of flatbread, for £5.40 total. We bought a few bits ...
2014 Sept. 24 - Wednesday
A few of the group were already in the breakfast room when I arrived there, and I decided to try the Pancakes this morning for a change. They were good but honey is just not the same as genuine Canadian maple syrup.
Departure this morning was at 08:20 and after a short delay while the bar tab from one of the group was settled, we made a short drive to the dock area and boarded a Ferry that I had described as a ...
... in our direct line. The same guy who had been bothering us for money 40 minutes beforehand. We most certainly got the best view as the bridge was packed with people who probably, in reality didn't get to see much after the jumper had leapt.
After we had made it back down we stopped in at a Turkish cafe off to the side of the Mosque and got a Turkish coffee which is the same as a Bosnian coffee except it's boiled only boiled once (bosnian is boiled twice.) This coffee ...
... She's from Taiwan, but she's been living in Lyon in France for the past few years, learning French and doing her masters degree. So I'll hopefully catch up with her when I'm back in Lyon too. But not a lot to report about Mostar. It's very small but cute, and I had a relaxing time there, catching up on sleep. Oh and it was here i decided enough was enough with the abuse I'd been getting from Davor via whatsapp. So I reported him to the couch-surfing safety committee. I'll copy ...