Pansion Casa Gagro
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... it. 18m drop into 11 degree water, brrrrrrrr.
... city. The river decides the town into two parts the Bosnian half and the Croatian half. The bridge which joins the two halls was destroyed in 1993 during the war and has been totally rebuilt in its original 400 year old form. The bridge is very significant to the city as Mostar was named after its old bridge (meaning Stari most) and the towers on its sides, "the bridge keepers" ( mortars in ...
After we arrived at the bus station we were picked up and whisked away to our accommodation which we found out was in the Croatian Bosnian side of Mostar, the Bosnian Muslim area was to the North and the Serb area was further to the East in another village. Yep, after hearing that and compiling it with the scenes of destruction that we witnessed coming in, we realised we were in a very different country and area than we had never been in before.
... tourists (us included) who remain look almost lost amongst the calm, such a contrast from the day.
If you are able to stay for the night, you should try and go to the bridge early in the morning, it really is beautiful and not crowded at all. You will have the space and time to reflect on its beauty and significance before the next coaches arrive and the madness starts all over again. There is an element of groundhog day to Mostar but while ...