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... along the ride. Enjoy the great views that Peljesac offers: Mljet and Korcula islands on your right and the mainland on your left. The ride today has a couple of hills, coastal riding, vineyards… Your final bike destination is Ston, from where you will be transferred to Dubrovnik. Ston, a salt producing village on Peljesac ...
... This obviously reeks of disaster, and Mostar was a site of front-line conflict during the wars in this region in the 1990’s. Most of the city was bombed to the ground and rebuilt, but there are still a few buildings (wrought with bullet holes) that still stand. There are also a huge number of vast graveyards, which helps put into perspective just how devastating this recent war was. In most of the war-damaged countries ...
... since WWII, the Balkans have been scarred and divided. I think if peace can remain for at least a generation, these nations can create their own futures and join the world community as being the amazing countries that they are. That being said, I only got 45 minutes or one hour outside in the evening while the rain subsided. I did a mile or two circle along the west side of the Neretva River, across the bridge, and back down the east ...
... group meal. Although we were a bit early, Restaurant Babilon started serving the drinks right away. The meal this time consisted of large pieces of bread, followed by a smaller version of the coleslaw, tomato and cucumber from lunch. We had pre-ordered the main course the previous day, and this time I had ordered the grilled chicken. There was a LOT of meat so I didn’t mind feeding part of it to the cat and kittens, which by now had mysteriously ...
... lunch. Bata explained that we could all get a half litre of beer and a ton of food for 9KM, which is only $7CDN making it a great deal. We drank local beer and ate traditional local food - a delicious dip, meat, salad, and grilled zucchini. Bata also told us we would get dessert at some point in the day and though some people mentioned this at the end of the meal, we were all pretty full and could do without dessert anyway.
Our next stop was to the medieval town ...