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... the river and follow the smaller roads towards the old town, but the way we went took us through an area still littered with shelled buildings riddle with bullet holes and larger shell holes. Many still lie derelict and are a stark reminder of how this town was a major war zone only twenty years ago. The juxtaposition of this area with its reminder of the destructive nature of humanity at times and the old town five minutes up the road, which has to br ...
... it had had a flat bow and stern for loading). The trip to the very scenic port of Orebić on the mainland only took about 20 minutes and once we got out of the port area, we started climbing a hill. We were held up for a few minutes in a “bottleneck” caused by a large truck that wasn’t able to move on the narrow road leading out of the port. The bus stopped part way up the hill so we could take pictures of Korcula, which now ...
... bridge is easily the most famous landmark and the current version was rebuilt after the original was destroyed in the 90s during the war (apparently right at the end of the war for absolutely no reason). It is famous because it is super pretty but also because it is right on the edge of the limits of heights people can safely jump off at about 24 metres high. The local diving club raises money by getting tourists to pay to watch them jump off, which is a pretty annoying set up as they ...
... good company and some blogging kept me going for the morning ;) Arriving at the famous Hostel Majdas, we were warmly greeted, sat to create name tags for our bed with fresh tea/coffee and breakfast! Whilst researching for this trip I kept coming across reviews for this hostel, again recommendations were common as I made my way through the Balkans 'stay at Majdas, do the tour!' That was about all you could get out of them, no one would provide any ...
... too. As mentioned in my previous posts, I'd been coping a bit of abuse from my host in Zagreb, still. But my host in Sarajevo was nice. We went out for a traditional Bosnian dinner than night and had a drink at the very cool Tito bar. The only annoying thing about Bosnia was that my Australian phone had no reception! Gahhh!! Friday 23 May 2014 So I spent the day wandering around the city. Despite news of floods in Bosnia and Herzegovina, there was no sign of it while I ...