City Boutique Hotel
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... walks along the bridge in budgies smugglers collecting money before jumping off himself. One thing they don’t advertise is that the water is cold, bloody cold, like stinging my testicals cold. I decided to have more than the single offered practice. Feeling confident, I headed up to the old bridge. I jumped the fence and got the all clear from my new favourite diving coach below. From there it was all a bit blur, I remember the diving club ...
... about trying to build **** in Bosnia seemed pretty accurate! We had a brief moment where we thought we were staying in a crammed family home with the hosts family, but they quickly showed us around and then jumped straight back in the car leaving us with a four bedroom house with the most amazing view over the city, to ourselves! All for about £16/night. Score!
We hadn't planned this part of the trip at all so weren't too sure what we were going to do in ...
Sebilj is an iconic Sarajevan sight - legend has it that visitors who drink the water from this fountain will one day return to Sarajevo. I really can't remember if I ever took a sip, but I'm assuming I did, given that we are now here today - Sarajevo is a bit of a hidden gem, a place that is off the well-beaten tourist path in Europe. Much like the rest of Bosnia, its charms lie in the unique mix of sights, sounds, and people - ...
... for coffee at the Mellennian Cafe in Bosanski Petrovac. We crossed the boarder from Croasia into Bosnia and the scenery immediately started to change. Although we were still travelling through many villages, many of them were deserted. And others displayed severe destruction. Many villagers had fled during the 1992-95 war as either refugees or simply moved to the cities and not returned. The scenery is spectacular with sweeping hill lines and villages ...
... here with a dog. Amid the pigeons and people, we stop at the city’s famous Sebilj for photos. Basically it is a fountain that resembles an Ottoman gazebo; this one is not the original- it was built in 1891. Legend has it that if you drink from the fountain, you will return to Sarajevo. And no, I didn’t drink from the fountain but it was not because I don’t want to come back; I’m just weird about drinking water from which ...