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We didn't have much time to explore the hidden lanes in the nearby area and we crossed the Old Bridge again. I stopped in a Café for some Turkish çay (tea) while Gaurav went to check out the river bank. We wished we had more time in Mostar but ...
... some with amazing views of the river and the bridge. We had dinner at a place called Emen, bruschetta made by our waiter (owner?) himself. We had originally chosen a different appetizer but he said the person who made it didn’t make it very well, which I found very funny, so when we chose the bruschetta he said he would make it himself, and it was wonderful. Makes me think their menu is pretty fluid - maybe you end up getting something off it, maybe you ...
Mostar was a different experience to all our previous stops. The war only ended in 1995 and the evidence was everywhere from shrapnel in people's legs, bullet holes in buildings, sandbags in apartments turned bunkers and destroyed buildings wherever you looked. We arrived on Thursday at the same time as Laura from the states so cooked dinner together and had a wee poke around. The hostel we were staying at had a great rooftop lounge so it wasn't ...
... 1996 the EU mandate ended, and the Bosnian government took over administration of the city. Population (1990 estimate) city, 63,427; (1991 estimate) metropolitan area,126,067.
So the Mostar we visited still showed scenes of heavy fighting. Buildings carried the results of seemingly indiscriminate ...
... Rhys loved it here. It was this guy’s 12 hour tour of Mostar and the surrounding landmarks. When we checked the timetables for the tour it showed that there was a tour tomorrow which we immediately signed up for. It meant we didn’t have a great deal of time to explore Mostar itself so we decided tomorrow as going to be full on. We were getting up before breakfast to walk through town, back from breaky then on the huge tour. In the ...