Hotel Central Sarajevo
Travel Blogs from Sarajevo
... Bosnia with war is going to be surprised and amazed by what is now Sarajevo.
My first feeling when I was driving in to the city from the direction of Tuzla was awe. Hundred thousands of glimmering lights of the houses sparsed on the hills made me stop my car and sore savour this beautiful view. I've seen many places in my life, but this very sight was unique.
Next was astonishment. I had expected a city after war and what I saw was a big ...
... this was the first time my wallet had ever been snatched. I purposely own a cheap wallet and keep nothing in it except photo ID (Texas driver’s license), one credit card, one ATM card (I had goofed and had both of my ATM cards in there) and cash. I had intentionally left my passport (with other credit cards) at the hotel.
I found the small police station and explained to the desk officer what had happened. He asked a couple of questions and ...
... there and she took me around from the hatchery to their holding nets on the river. Great setup focusing on rainbow, brown and soft-mouth trout, but a small portion of carp also farmed. It normally takes about 9-months to grow a trout from hatchling to pan size (approx 350g) and they sell for about Euro-3.50 / kg. Not bad value I think!
Back to Mostar and then down to Dubrovnik.
... rather remarkable happened. A car pulled up and a man shouted to get in.
“Where are you going” he said.
“To the train station”, Tom replied.
“Don’t worry, just jump in”.
And with that he opened the boot, threw our bags in and off we bolted towards the train station.
The man said he had seen us struggling and knew that ...