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Our hosts were fantastic. Hostel is clean, wifi great and proximity to the old centre is perfect. Good parking right outside the hostel and its off-street.
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... hitting them. It was an eery feeling walking the hilly little streets, and seeing one bombed out place after another.
I met Kris back at the room a little after 5, and we exchanged stories and photos of the day, before leaving for dinner.
We ate at the same restaurant, and shared a huge portion of mushrooms and veal. Although a little salty,...it was really good. That's one thing I'll give these folks,....when they ...
... today and have to be amongst the best ************ in the world. Easy way to make a bit of money though!
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We then made it to the Kravice Waterfalls. They reminded us of a mini Iguazu falls although these ones you could swim in and under! We spent a ...
... and cousin. We are all guests in his home. And he treats everyone like a genuine guest. If you go to him with a question, he answers with a solution to your problem or gets you what you need. I asked him last night where a good place to stay in Sarajevo would be, if he knew...he didn't answer, but immediately pulled his phone from his fanny pack and started making calls. I now have my accommodation booked. He runs a tight ship. Keeps this place spotless. Works from 6am to ...
We then made our way through the old town towards the 'bank’ – this is a building that before the war was just a bank, but during the war was used by snipers as it has a view over the whole city. The building has been left as it was after the war but you are able to walk around in it which is crazy – its just a shell of a building with all the windows shattered and the glass is ...
... and a girl’s voice telling the dog to shush. The girl said hello to me and asked me if I needed a room. She was no more than 15 years old and spoke English extremely well. She put me in a nice room for around $16 per night. After leaving my things, I went for a walk and to find a place for dinner.
It didn’t take too long before I found an authentic Bosnian fast food restaurant—not touristy, not expensive. I ordered a salad and ...