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We arrived to Mostar midday and it was pouring rain. We caught a taxi and headed to the Airbnb. Luckily, we were able to get into our room a bit early and head out to explore the old town. The rain didn't last long, we grabbed a bite to eat and by the time we were done it had cleared up completely. The Bosnian dish to have here was ćepaci (greasy sausage, naan bread, and onions) and so Chris had to try it- glad we did because it was delicious! We ...
... Dervish house that was built on a fast-moving river flowing through a cave! A Dervish house is a old traditional Ottoman house built for Muslim prayer. A large percentage of Bosnia's population is Muslim, which was a cause of quite a bit of the violence in the recent past. The house was really quaint on the inside, with Turkish rugs on the ground and lots of nice wooden framework. The stream was spectacularly clear (the locals ...
... you add the grounds to the water directly and wait "2 minutes." But during that time, you can eat a piece of the Turkish Delight candy which acts as somewhat of a timer. After you eat it, you're coffee is ready. Then you sip and leave the grounds at the bottom and don't drink the last sip.
The portions at the restaurant were huge and cheap. We took leftovers home and made 2 meals for 2 people for under $20, and that was with wine, ...
Thu 16th: After GPS took us into Bosnia and Herzegovina via the windier, quieter countryside route to Mostar, we found our 'pansion' at dusk on the Bulevard, the main road that was apparently the frontline during the war of 1993. (more pics) After dinner we went for a stroll and ...
... had got in early with the hotels and the tours and the religious artefacts.
Then we headed over to the main street where every single shop is selling cheap touristy statues, trinkets or magnets of the Virgin Mary. People are buying them left right and centre. These shops also sold special tissue/hanky things where you would use around the corner to rub down the giant Jesus...You can just use an ordinary tissue either - you have to pay however much for a 'special' one. We ...
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