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... you felt you had to report. I hope you only have positive Couchsurfing experiences with our many wonderful members from now on. Kind regards, Mario Couchsurfing Community Support Christine Cortezbaird May 24 03:32 Hi there, I recently stayed in Zagreb in Croatia with a host named Davor, I am not sure of his last name. On couchsurfing his name is MoodIndigo, but he has recently deleted his profile. I had planned to stay for 3 nights over a weekend (16-19 May 2014). Initially ...
After a rushed but ultimately amazing few days in Kotor it was time to again pack up and board a bus to travel to another interesting destination within the Balkans, Mostar in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Today we were up super early to catch a bus to first Dubrovnik and then onto Mostar. The hostel we had stayed in here in Kotor had been one of the best of the whole trip. Fascinating building, lovely staff, a terrific day tour and really nice ...
... in one of the main squares. He is really proud of his country and supports the independent state. He took us to a nearby town that used to have a few hundred residence and after the war only 39 people live there. The entire town was destroyed by the Serbian army. In that town, we visited the old city walls and got an amazing view of the region. The tour also took us up to the hill where the Serbian front line was. Just as the guide was showing us a Serbian bunker, and ...
... we went to Saray. a cafe in the garden of a mosque located just outside the Old Town. We had to wing it slightly as the staff's English was limited and non-existent on the menu. I played it safe with Cevapchi (amazing kebabs served with onion and bread) Gary was slightly more adventurous and ended up with what turned out (after a quick Google translate) to be veal's liver. Both dishes were really tasty and with 2 cokes came to £6! It was a bustling little ...
... Beers" so far. If Sarajevsko is any sign of what the country is capable of in its rebuilding, they are off to a great point!!!
Next destination... The town of Pag on the Island of Pag, Croatia
(I would also later return to Bosnia in order to visit Sarajevo)
More to come, I'm having an incredible reflective and relaxing experience.