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Mostar is a city and municipality in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina. Inhabited by 113,169 people, it is the most important city in the Herzegovina region, its cultural capital, and the center of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton of the Federation. Mostar is situated on the Neretva River and is the fifth-largest city in the country. Mostar was named …
Today we crossed the line...the Bosnian line. Took our rental out of omiš and through Imostski to the border gates of Bosnia. We were both a little nervous not knowing what to expect and having all the news reels from the war in the 1990's playing in our mind. The border patrol took our passports...tapped a few keys on his computer..smiled and said have a nice day! Jeez we get so fooled into thinking everything is scary outside of our USA bubble of ignorance. ...
... near justice. My glumness together with my exhaustion and the heat had skewed my thinking a bit and as the bus pulled out of Mostar, I saw lots of places I'd like to have wandered around. I said at the start that this trip was an internal as well as an external expedition, so there's another useful insight I've gained along the way!
... them and they had a 10 day war. Slovenia held its own but fortunately for them, the rest of Yugoslavia was crumbling. Croatia declared independence and the Yugoslavian Army (Serbs) shifted focus and Slovenia got off easy because Bosnia and Herzegovina followed suit and declared independence too.
After this it gets pretty murky for me. But what happened seems to be that a country that had been mostly atheistic after 50 years under ...
... the drinks in there!
Over the other side of the river is a Dervish house, Blagaj Tekke, which was built when the Ottomans first came into the area in the early 1500s. It was an area were people could learn about Dervish and Sufi religion and the spring was pretty important religiously. We had to wear skirts to cover our legs and I had to put a scarf over my head and shoulders to be allowed in but it was pretty interesting to see it all - my favourite being the original ...