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... different from this perspective. Darija mentioned that they have Vipers (snakes) in this area, so it’s not a good idea to wander too far off the highway.
We then carried on for about two hours to the small town of Ston, which was to be a WC and coffee break (and also a compulsory rest stop for our driver). The town was interesting and distinctive, both for the flooded salt flats near the town as well as the large stone wall that extended up ...
... also our lunch stop and we enjoyed more meat, chips and salad then you could shake a stick at, stomachs plenty full it was back into the van and off to an old village in the shadows of what was a 15th century castle. The village itself used to be home to about 70 households however the war it was abandoned or the inhabitants removed by one way or another, all that now reside there are a drunk a hermit and a sweet old lady.
The castle itself provided the ...
... mall that still has bullet holes and explosion damage from the war!
He showed us some places for the best cevapi and the best cakes, and the church that you can see from most of the town to give us a landmark. We got to the house and our apartment was one of two built on top of the family home; it sounds a bit weird but it was brilliant. Big bed, little kitchen and wifi that works. All you need! Probably our favourite part of the house was his amazing dog, Rex. He was a ...
... and Mostar.
Sent home: ‘What had really happen here? I’d love to be a brick in a house that witnessed the history only to tell the truth. Will my truth also depend on which side of the bridge was the house located? With Love, Love, Love from Mostar! Ula’
To find more about Mostar please click here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mostar
... too. As mentioned in my previous posts, I'd been coping a bit of abuse from my host in Zagreb, still. But my host in Sarajevo was nice. We went out for a traditional Bosnian dinner than night and had a drink at the very cool Tito bar. The only annoying thing about Bosnia was that my Australian phone had no reception! Gahhh!! Friday 23 May 2014 So I spent the day wandering around the city. Despite news of floods in Bosnia and Herzegovina, there was no sign of it while I ...