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TravelPod Member ReviewsHalvat Guesthouse Sarajevo
This may not be the easiest place to find, even with a GPS. But it's worth the effort because it's just a few minutes walk from the major sights and good restaurants. The staff was very helpful and arranged a taxi to take us to a super restaurant for a memorable dinner.
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... at the bottom there was a massive thunderstorm rolling up the valley so we beat a hasty retreat to the shack where we drank home made rakija, ate goulash and enjoyed the amazing view. On our last full day we had organised to hike to Bosnias highest and most remote village. However, the rain decided to set in over night and the next day so it was cancelled to our great disappointment so instead we went to the Srebrenica exhibition, which was an ...
... but everybody was smoking like crazy :) Then we moved to a bar where we had vodka with redbul (only BAM 5 per drink) and we ended up in a cocktail bar drinking sex on the beach from a huge jar with super long straws (BAM 15 for more than 0,5l). After that night we could make the only conclusion: "Welcome to Sarajevo – the city of cheap drinks, hot girls and awesome parties".
Day 2: August 25, 2013
Since we made a reservation only for one ...
... but it did the job for me. On the way up I took a taxi but came walking back to Sarajevo old city. I saw a cemetery on the way back and I was shocked to see the number of deceased between '93 and '95. No surprise but still shocking to see it with your own eyes rather than reading a statistic or a number. Wednesday morning I went back to a few of the places where the tour guide brought us a day earlier, but also took some time to go uphill and out of Sarajevo ...
... streets. The people are friendly, kind, welcoming, and very proud of their city. I love the way Sarajevo represents how multicultural the Balkans truly are. While it is primarily a Muslim city, there are Catholic cathedrals, Orthodox churches, and Jewish synagogues all represented in the town center nearby the main mosque. I love hearing both church bells ringing and call to prayer from the mosques. I love the vibe in the city ...
... to the nearby Sadrvan restaurant for a local [Turkish] dish of beef with grilled peppers in rice. Had a rum and coke for a change, the rum being way too sweet for my liking. Any hope for group dynamics falls apart when the six Aussies sit together, quite apart from their discussion about baseballs and coke bottles up peoples' butts. Gavin bizarrely wanted a hair cut, Zsolt looking at him as if he was crazy.
Walked back to the bus station. A little ...