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... different from this perspective. Darija mentioned that they have Vipers (snakes) in this area, so it’s not a good idea to wander too far off the highway.
We then carried on for about two hours to the small town of Ston, which was to be a WC and coffee break (and also a compulsory rest stop for our driver). The town was interesting and distinctive, both for the flooded salt flats near the town as well as the large stone wall that extended up ...
... strong coffee. It is really good coffee and having it at the hostel gives people the chance to meet one another. Later on during our first evening a bunch of us went out for dinner together to a restaurant recommended by the locals. The traditional food was delicious, the price very reasonable, and the company very interesting.
During our second day in Mostar, Jason and I spent most of our time with Tansey, a really ...
On the way to Mostar we had to pass the boarder Bosnia & Herzegovina with Croatia (you know that you are in a different time and mind –zones) and Madjugorje, pilgrimage place for Catholics. They have their miracles there and huge, thriving religious business.
On the road I was shaken to see so many homes (and whole villages in this country) with bullets holes on their walls, destroyed roofs, broken ...
... cops came to the front of the car....then...the two guys had a quick chat before both of them pointed at the map on our car bonnet and erupted laughing....it was crazy!! We got of out the car and had a bit of chat and a joke before the two cops signed the car and left us to head on our way....hahaha!
After 2 hours of incredible rural driving we arrived into Mostar, and folks....what can we say about Mostar only..... WOW !!!! From the moment of our arrival ...
... around the city and shows them buildings, strategic observation points, and so on. We were told it was a good way to see the city, and we had noticed quite a few abandoned and dilapidated buildings on our drive in, so we decided to go for it. And this is where I started to understand the true beauty and resilience that is Mostar and its people. I should mention here that I studied Africa at school and I was 6 when the war in Yugoslavia happened, so I know all about the Rwandan ...