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... shells, old bombed buildings, graffitied buildings with words red army followed by a date. I believe in 5 years from now that Mostar will be a popular tourist destination with a lot of growth and that makes me happy. The people here were so friendly and kind, sharing their life stories- they truly deserve peace after all the destruction and loss they have seen. Chris spoke to the Airbnb host and he assured him that the war was over but he really didn't want to ...
... visited in the past, the wars were a decent amount of time ago (usually WWI or WWII). But in this country especially, every adult survived the war. It was very interesting/heartbreaking to hear our hostel owner talk about the countless ways in which his life and family was affected.
Mostar has always been known for its medieval bridge, which was also destroyed during the wars and rebuilt. It is so iconic that it made ...
... their home during the war. She and her husband now have a pansion there. She shared some of her terrifying experiences, admitting that she doesn't often talk to foreigners about the war. The town had an underlying dark and sad feeling for me. People had suffered so much and life is obviously ...
... clearly a HUGE deal for some people who travelled from all over the world to visit... we even saw day trips to this place a few weeks down the track at the various other surrounding towns we visited. Teo told us the local joke about Medjugorje, which basically ends in Mary getting to decide where her, Joseph and Jesus should go on holiday this year, with her eventually choosing Medjegorje... because she's never been there before... Not his strongest work but I guess an insight ...
... when we had trouble deciding which wine to go with, the waiter brought us out a sample of the wine that was a good 1.5 ounces! And to bring the peril to an obscene level, we were offered a couple of complimentary shots of rakia, the local brandy that is to strong that it can instantly vaporize your liver!
If we had come from a country like Spain, where wine is cheaper than water, it would be safe for us to ...