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I have to admit, I'm sad to be leaving Montenegro. What I had seen of the coast was so beautiful and the people were so friendly. But alas, time to make our way to another Former Yugoslavia nation, Bosnia-Herzegovinia. our journey began at 9 am as once again we loaded up our private mini-van and headed out of Budva. Already, by 8:30 am people were …
Travel Times - 22 May 2014
Another (relatively) short, three hour bus ride from Mostar to Sarajevo, Bosnia. After our discussions with Ned (see previous blog - Mostar) little did we know we would be learning about the situation in Sarajevo that mirrored Mostar.
The city is considered one of the …
... the area was fierce. The area has since become very overgrown and the bobsled has been covered in extensive graffiti , but you can still see numerous windows in the concrete that were created to provide a good vantage point for a sniper. It was very eerie to see.
The cab drove us down the hill and dropped us in the center of town near the bridge where the Austrian archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated, which ...
... filled with a bright red resin. At one stage hundreds of these roses "decorated" the city.
Some more hellish driving and the tour finished back at our hostel, having lasted near 5 hours we were thoroughly famished and headed for a local recommendation to get a linner. (for anyone who has travelled you would know the way that eating times vary and often meals morph into composites of the 3 main eating times, linner is the late lunch/early dinner. It is ...
... restaurant in a courtyard with a large tree in it. It felt like being in Turkey as Sarajevo had been part of the Turkish empire 150 years ago. It was surrounded by a shop selling Turkish carpets and clothes. Ed rather liked a carpet but thought Obi and Tibi might have sharpened their claws on it. They walked back to the hotel past a beautiful Mosque with a covered fountain and Turkish style gravestones with hats on the top.