Pansion Ana & Stjepan Nikolic
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... that he damaged his car. Four policemen finally arrived but they quickly dwindled to 2 when the reality of the situation became clear. They actually gave Dick a breathalizer test! (It was 0.0). We had to pay a fine of 150 kuna ($27) (as did the Korean) for "stopping in a bus stop" even tho it just looked like a scenic outlook, with no signs indicating otherwise. Finally we were allowed to leave n the police told us that we ...
... For my non-Catholic peeps this is a big deal!
It took about another hour to reach Mostar but all my second guessing and angst over deciding between a day trip to Mostar or an excursion to Montenegro disappeared as soon as we crossed over the foot bridge to view the Mostar Bridge. The historic town of Mostar was established in the 15th and 16th centuries as an Ottoman frontier town and during the Austro-Hungarian period in the 19th and 20th ...
... disappeared, every light fitting, bolt, screw, and anything else bar the bare concrete has been stripped and subsequently stolen and so all that is left is a big concrete mess with big cracks and an amazing view from the top.
As no one owns the building anymore, no one charges for entrance. However, we were forewarned that there would be a drunken guy who would ask you for a cigarette or money. Sure enough when we arrived there he was sitting in the dark on the ...
As promised here's just a quick run down on our day trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Similar to our montenegro tour we found the history profoundly interesting and to be honest quite sad, particularly as we both new little again about what had fully occurred there. Our trip was a quick stop in Pocitelj and then onto Mostar via three border crossings from dubrovnik. The border crossings were rather bizarre however we made it through them all with relative ease, apparently it's ...
... the UN or other aid agencies.
Mostar today looks in reasonably good shape. There are fancy clothes stores and stylishly-dressed young people, but also many houses and other buildings that still display damage from bullets and shelling during the war. Some are completely derelict, but for some reason have not yet been pulled down and replaced. There are also a few people who will ...