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... fancied something sweet. I tried a gelato shop one last time. This time, the man could speak much better English. So when I asked about no dairy icecream, he understood and told me the ENTIRE row of fruit gelato was dairy free. What?!?! I've missed out on 4 days of gelato!!! And it's cheap - £1 for a huge scoop. I got mango and it was delicious. Time to pack, I have far too much stuff. Tuesday 1 September 2015 I left at 8.30am, giving myself plenty of time to walk to the ...
... host would come and meet us so we could follow him back (which we were very grateful for because I’m not sure we would have found it otherwise). Everyone so kind and gracious and willing to help a stranger. If only they could feel the same way about each other.
I’m so happy that we came here and leave with only warm feelings for Mostar. So much beauty to be found. I would highly recommend anyone visiting the area to stop by and stay a while. But as ...
A group of us decide to take a day trip from Makarska to Mostar in Bosnia. Might as well tick off another country! The road takes us very quickly high up into the mountains. At a halfway point we arrive at a swim stop at Kravice Waterfalls. However due to the recent storm the waterfalls look nothing like the picture. The water is very murky and muddy and the waters so high it covers the restaurants with its tables now stacked up. There was a ...
... bridge. We were probably about ten minutes walk from the old town so we made our way that direction, noticing how much like South East Asia it felt like with the lack of footpaths and street lights. Then we got to old town and it was immediately obvious why everyone like Mostar so much. It's a really pretty pedestrian area concentrated on both sides of Stari Most, the old and very famous bridge, that arches over the incredibly green river. It was originally built by the Ottomans ...
... town of Blagaj. Since we arrived at night time, it was a little difficult to make things out, but what I could see I could only define as dramatic. This town looks like it's from a fairytale with its large mountain as a border and a cave at the bottom which allows water to flow into the town and down a small waterfall below. Right under the mountain is a 16th century Dervish monastery which is still used today. In fact, while we were here, we were able to hear some ...
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