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... plate was bent in. Like anyone could see it... He called the police and, after TWO HOURS, they arrived. In the meantime, it occurred to us that any slight damage to his license plate must have already been there because there is absolutely no damage to our car. Also, he made the point that it is a company car n he needs a police report to protect his claim. Alternately, he said he only called the police because Dick ...
... The last crossing was a little more formal as we crossed back into Bosnia. Our guide, Andrea said that Bosnian passport control is very strict when allowing Asians and Americans across their border. Should I be offended???
Our first stop was in Medugorje and unfortunately, I didn't have the opportunity to climb Apparition Hill. Maybe a blessing when you see how high the hill is -- but I did get the opportunity to take communion and walk the stations of ...
One of these buildings also now provides the best view in town. The local tourist touts will tell you that it’s the Mosque tower in the middle of Old Town that costs some 15 BAM ($12 AUD) but really they are just working off commission. The real best view in town is from the old, abandoned and half crumbling former glass building. Before the war this ten storey building used to house the main bank and almost all the office workers in town. Now, after the war, the ...
... oysters we headed back to the apartment. We debated about what to do for dinner and decided to have some snacks to help us think. We sat outside on our terrace with a beautiful view of the old town and the sea, when before long several hours had passed as we ate pepperoni, multiple local cheeses and crackers accompanied with a healthy amount (or unhealthy depending on how you look at it) of wine and pivo. The conversation was great and one by one we all headed off to ...
... 8216;call to prayer’.
Bosnia is fairly rural, although Mostar is a decent-sized city. Sarajevo is their capital but we didn’t have time to visit there. While at Mostar we visited the famous old bridge (dates back to the Turkish period) and watched a sad video in a museum of it being destroyed in the early 90s during the war. A few years later it was painstakingly rebuilt with ...
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