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... hostel took over 15 minutes and required the help of 3 incredibly helpful locals.
Now for anyone that is planning on going to Mostar you have to stay at Majda's Hostel and for anyone that has been and didn't you truly missed out.
The hostel was the first in Mostar and has an interesting beginning started by Bata who is Majda's brother (we will get to him). Basically 9 years ago Bata saw some American backpackers walking the streets looking for ...
... to London before that day and after that day, Sweden and Denmark were the only countries with open doors for Bosnian refugees. Bata and his mother had underground help to get to Sweden safely and within a few months, Bata had an apartment and a job in Sweden along with permanent residency, which he accepted for 13 years. Bata is incredibly grateful to the Swedes for making his refuge easy, safe, and a time of rehabilitation. In Stockholm he sought out books to read ...
... only about 100m away from the start of the old town and the bridge so it didn't end up being that hard to find. We slowly walked along the cobbled street of the old town taking photos of the bridge along the way. When we got to the bridge to cross it there was a crowd waiting for someone to jump. Apparently its tradition for the young men off the town to prove themselves by jumping off the bridge into the river below. The river by the way is freezing!! You could chill ...
... boasted the highest rate of "mixed" marriages (think Catholic and Muslim), neighbors and even family members ended up fighting against one another. While much has been restored, it remains divided. The minarets line the skyline of the east bank of the river while the church steeple (restored in concrete?) lines the West Bank. As we were walking back from touring the old town, we look down into the riverbank and see three restaurants/bars resting ...
... running and none more bigger than the creation of the Bruce Lee statue. Yes, that’s right, little Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Mostar has a large gold plated statue dedicated to the former Kung Fu master. The statue came about because the people could not agree on what the government could build with some outstanding money that they had from their budget. Every idea they came up with was rejected because it would either upset the Muslims, Croats or Serbian Bosnians. But ...