Hollywood Hotel Sarajevo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... from Poland, a woman from Taiwan, a woman from Holland, Matt, a French tour guide from Normandy, a Canadian from the Northwest Territories, and a Finn. Of all the stereotypes you could make, Deanne and I both agreed on the Finn. They're known as the shy, quiet type and that guy was totally Finnish!
We found a pub and were the only ones in it all night. What a blast. I had a great conversation with Roman, the French guy about ...
... off to the park. Plitvice had been out our to do list the entire trip. We had been teased constantly by lush green forest, turquoise lakes and gentle waterfalls that is our computer background however, our experience was slightly different. Due to the recent rain, most of the park was under torrents of water. This meant reduced entry fees, but also very wet feet. The waterfalls had become raging and lakes swollen to breaking point. Overall, the park ...
... unusual after a lunchtime beer!
We arrived at our hotel in Sarajevo around 3.45pm and we had to meet again the foyer at 4.30pm to go on our city walking tour. Our guide for this tour was really quite unique. I think his name was Zair - he was really thin, had dreadful teeth, long hair which he had held back with a hair band and was incredibly passionate about his country. He'd had a many and varied life from what he told us and seemed to have ...
... Turkey to Croatia by way of Norway).
Then I started researching the other (less visited) Balkan states and looked into Albania, Montenegro, Kosovo, Serbia, and Bosnia & Herzegovina (is that one country or two?). And where did Yugoslavia go? Oh, right… those countries or at least parts of them were Yugoslavia. I knew almost nothing about this part of the world, except there was a war there in the early 1990s.
So with cheap Pegasus Airlines ...
... a bleeding nose but otherwise ok. I jumped next. It wasn't as scary as the previous day but I was still a little nervous because it was higher and I wanted to get a good jump in. There was also a much bigger crowd. My jump seemed pretty good but on entry I landed learning forward just a touch so I made a lot more splash that I was hoping but didn't hurt myself which was good. The water was freezing again and took my breath away but it was refreshing. ...