Hotel Old Town
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... of the rest of the day in the bus. We had a short break at a rest stop for lunch that was ok, but nothing special, and a short break at the border.
Leaving Bosnia Herzegovina, they didn't even collect our passports, they just waved us on, meaning we have no stamps in our passports from Bosnia Herzegovina. However, at the entrance to Croatia, we had to all descend from the bus and get stamped back into the EU individually by the border control. It was only a ...
... for a new tank bag as our one had the main zip give up the ghost. What a treasure trove! Man they had some stuff and we never went near the off road stuff upstairs. This was bigger and better than anything we have ever been in. Kids in a lolly shop.
There for a couple of hours being chased around by too helpful staff. Took a long lunch break at a Gelateria which was something new (ice ream and pastries) and then headed back to the store to pay for a new tank ...
... wasn't much to see apart from the famous bridge. I arrived at Mostar around 11am and headed straight for the old town. I wasn't sure which way it was but I kind of just followed the souvenir shops which would always lead to a tourist destination. Funnier enough it did. It lead my to the famous bridge. I previously got told people jump off the 22m height bridge to prove that the are man enough. I didn't see anyone do this. The whole area around the bridge looked ...
... need for a 19 day European tour and stay mobile? I complained that my bangs are too long and Deb offers to share her pocket scissors. Lisa would kill me! (I've hacked my bangs too many times.) Lucky for me, the humidity makes my hair curly, and therefore a little shorter. I'll wait until I can get to a professional. After dealing with technical support at Apple to make sure my photos are backing up and Skype working, we washed some clothes and went to sleep... after ...
... off to the park. Plitvice had been out our to do list the entire trip. We had been teased constantly by lush green forest, turquoise lakes and gentle waterfalls that is our computer background however, our experience was slightly different. Due to the recent rain, most of the park was under torrents of water. This meant reduced entry fees, but also very wet feet. The waterfalls had become raging and lakes swollen to breaking point. Overall, the park ...