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... cliff diving further down the river and off the bridge itself. The town still had plenty of war damage, with a few apartment blocks still abandoned covered it bullet holes. Some buildings which had be redone had left a wall showing the damage, as if to say they will never forget. I had read on the internet that there was an abandoned building called the 'snipers nest', which was used by the serbs for sniper attacks and that it was possible to enter the building and have a look ...
... of the city and its features, he left us alone to make our way through the stoned walkways of this ancient town to the main bridge. Here 2-3 young men flexed their muscles, stretched their legs and went through the actions of preparation for jumping the 22m from the bridge into the freezing water of the Nvereta River between the rocks on either side. Of course they are not going to do this for nothing and so keen to get things moving I started the ball ...
... from the top, and easy to see how this part of easily defended. We then got back to the air conditioned van, and drove the couple hours back to Dubrovnik – through the many borders again of course! What a mission to get through. Once back in the city we were dropped off at the pier, where we needed to catch a ferry that night. We were a bit early, and it was ridiculously hot (still), so we managed to find a café across the street and chill out for a ...
... our ride back to apartment in Dubrovnik. Along the way he asked if we'd like to stop by one of his friend's oyster farm to look around. Since I am moderately to severely obsessed with oysters I made sure we all agreed. We stopped by the waterfront operation where wooden boats were actively pulling in heaping piles of fresh oysters. The crew was nice enough to crack a few open for us and with just a little lemon I was the happiest I have been in a long time. Dizzy ...
Before traveling to Croatia we knew practically nothing about the former Yugoslavia like it was formed immediately after World War I or that is was made up of 6 different autonomous countries or that it was ruled by one dude (Tito) for almost 40 years. And apparently when he died, the country of Yugoslavia died with him.
After picking up our rattle trap car (let's just say, we didn’t have to worry about dinging up the thing) we set off to the border ...
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Franje Milicevica 39, Mostar | Hostelfrom $15
Celebica 18, Mostar | Hostelfrom $25
Lazetica 13, Mostar | Hostelfrom $15
Lacina 69a, Mostar | Hostelfrom $18
Alikalfica St 5, Mostar | Hostelfrom $20
Trg 1 Maja, br1, Mostar | Hostelfrom $16
Brace Fejica 67, Mostar | Hostelfrom $19
Sasarogina 4, Mostar | Hostelfrom $17
Cernica Tutina 15, Mostar | Hostelfrom $44