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... spend the evening at the Sarajevo Brewery, Bosnia’s biggest and one that also has a large central European style beer hall and restaurant for good beer and a platter of Bosnian smoked meats and cheeses. The brewery is located over several natural springs from where the water that supposedly gives the beer its good flavor originates. Also during the 1992-95 siege when other sources were blocked the brewery’s springs were the only fresh water for the people who remained in ...
... so we changed clothes before pitching, then took a nice stroll down to our private beach, and out to the fresh fruit and veg stall, that also sold very good wine for €1.29 a litre. Cheaper than petrol! It was really nice,1, 3, and 5 litre bottles were available.
We did find fresh, sunshine warm nectarines and tomatoes. Such a delicious taste of summer, it’s amazing how a taste can transport and relax you.
The local restaurant had a seafood pasta ...
... because of the amount of clouds which were hanging over. As I got reached the top I proved myself right. I did take some time out here to catch my breath and enjoy what view I had. On a clear day it would be lovely. When I got back to the city centre I continued walking around the old town to check out some more of the attractions but before checking these out I popped into a local restaurant to try Bosnian's national dish which was called Ćevapi which was ...
We had breakfast at our favorite cafe this morning. 2 egg pitas & 1 meat pita to share...yummy! The menus sadly lack any vegetables or fruit. We pondered if their population suffers from cardiovascular issues. We shopped local wares before we had to catch our bus. The nicest young man told us how he makes their jewelry, showing his table of tools. I bought earrings while Deb looked at bracelets. He put them in a small bag and I packed them for travel. When a admired ...
... y vibe. With café’s and boutiques scattered throughout it all seemed very livable and far from Eastern European. After some of the best coffee of the trip we ventured toward Croatia and the town of Motovun. Ljubljana had captured us longer than expected so it was a night drive through Slovenian hillsides until border popped out of nowhere. Patrolled borders are a new thing for us, as Croatia is the first non-schengen country we have ...