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... why most other tourists would not make the climb. I did speak to some Asian people that were going up, but i never saw them. I did however see them in the village and they told me they did not go up as it was too long and hard.
I did enjoy being out in this remote area in the middle of nowhere.
One thing i hate about going into the new shopping mall here to get my food from the supermarket, is that smoking is ...
We booked a transfer from Kotor to Mostar as it was only a few more euro than the bus and only took 4 hours instead of 8. Turned out to be a private car and our driver turned out to be a border control policeman who was a driver on his off days! This worked out perfect for us as I had heard stories of friends having trouble with the Bosnia border and being forced into paying bribes to the police. With us they didn't even look at ...
... at Danica's Guesthouse - run by a sweet Croatian lady named Danica. She had suffered first-hand from the atrocities of the Croatian War for Independence but with the will of God, she has a happy family now and a lovely place overlooking the sea. (More to be covered in another blog on Dubrovnik). Because of heavy competition in Dubrovnik for day-tours to Bosnia,, Montenegro, etc. the prices become very competitive and ideally it's better to look around for such ...
... are nice here and as long as you are quiet and listen and say "I'm sorry officer I will never do that again I didn't know it was wrong", they will always let you off. Good to know! Anyway, Mostar was a very peaceful and picturesque town with scars that have been healing for over a decade now and from what we saw they are well on their way to a full recovery. We just got on the bus and we're headed to Sarajevo for the day then off to Istanbul, Turkey tomorrow ...
... involved in tourism. That being said, the unemployment rate is 42%. As Miho said though: "At least we aren't shooting at each other anymore!"
We walked into the Old Town and everyone loved the stone streets and buildings instantly. We checked out the iconic stone and marble bridge that the town is famous for and watched the touts pretending to jump into the quick flowing, ice-cold water below. (They only jump if all the touro’s kick in at ...