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Sarajevo with Bronte
- Cool city - kinda Turkish. Pretty touristy in Old Town, but its nice.
- There are lots of reminders of the war - memorials, war-destroyed buildings, and lots of "Sarajevo Roses" (concrete 'scars' from mortar explosions where people died, which have been filled with red resin)
- Walking tour with very …
... 21/05/2014 14:51:11: Christine Louise: To be honest, I don't think my reference was that bad. I think I could have written worse, but I was trying to be fair and honest about my experience. 21/05/2014 14:51:38: Davor Couchsurfing Zagreb: Chris come on now...worse? 21/05/2014 14:52:03: Christine Louise: I will consider changing it... But well... I don't know if you've done this before, and I don't know if you'll do it again. So I think people should know. It wasn't a ...
... The sun was starting to go down so we opted to park the car and climb to the top of a rocky hill overlooking the city and horizon in behind it. The 4 of us sat back, took some pictures and enjoyed a relaxing moment watching the sun go down over the Croatian coast while listening to Van Morrison. It was a surreal moment not to be taken for granted. We knew we had some driving to do so we got back on the road towards Split.
In Split, we were staying about a ...
... So much context and history is packed into this ~30 metre stretch. This bridge was destroyed during the Bosnian war of the mid-90s as Yugoslavia had started breaking up. Bosnia's cultural and religious demographics - with large Muslim, Catholic (mostly Croats) and Orthodox (mostly Serbs) populations - were engaged in war with each other. In the case of Mostar, the Bosniak Muslims were effectively hostage in the city, protecting the Old Bridge with wooden roofing and car tires on ...
... modestly deposits a few more peeps. Two of which, an older man and woman with obscene amounts of energy, start herding the others further into the castle.
"Quick," Johannes quips, "say they are from a friend."
"Say they are from a friend!"
"Sorry, what am I supposed--" I can't finish before he pushes me in front of the older woman (who, now that I'm looking closely, doesn't seem very old at all) and walks ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Miturno Mostar
Very basic hostel, though I suspect most in Mostar would be. Bed was uncomfortable. Bathroom downstairs wasn't so nice, but upstairs there was a much nicer one. The internet and computers were good, and the location was great - very close to Old Town, and not far from a big supermarket. Can walk from the bus station pretty easily too.
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