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... visited in the past, the wars were a decent amount of time ago (usually WWI or WWII). But in this country especially, every adult survived the war. It was very interesting/heartbreaking to hear our hostel owner talk about the countless ways in which his life and family was affected.
Mostar has always been known for its medieval bridge, which was also destroyed during the wars and rebuilt. It is so iconic that it made ...
... swirling around and between the mountains and dark clouds gathering and dissipating at will. It was impossible to get photographs of the scenery, as soon as a shot was framed the train either entered a tunnel or the clouds obliterated the view at the last second. When we exited Mostar station, we found ourselves on a busy road and headed off in the direction that seemed most likely to lead to the old town. In fact, the more usual route would have been to ...
... it's not so old, but you can't tell from looking at it. The hostel was a relaxing house a few minutes from the old town, a lady named Majdas ran it and she was so nice and friendly. There was a typical Bosnian breakfast with fried dough and pomegranate jam for us! The second day we went on a tour with Majdas' brother Bata around Mostar and the surrounding area. We heard about the history of the city, visited the Kravice waterfalls (and even went for ...
... of it and the many array of tourists. The small village is a completely different play during the day as there a many many day trips that flow in from all over. By about 4.30pm they're all gone and the old town is quiet and peaceful again. Anyway we moved on over the other side of the bridge and walked up through the street stalls looking at all the colourful trinkets. The huge Turkish influence was very obvious and gave us a small taste of what to expect when we arrive in ...
... and some of his colleagues for Friday night drinks. It's my mate Gavin Murphy's friend, Luke who works for The UNHCR now in Sarajevo. And Gav used to he quite good friends with Ash, in fact, they used to live together in Hobart and went to school together too. Although I never really liked Gav very much, but I guess when Ash died, all divisions were finished. I guess it's because we all shared a mutual sadness. Anyway, Luke and his friends were lovely. I got on really well with ...
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