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... a kiwi proud, door and pallets became beds and cushions became mattresses and the backpackers loved it. Given the hostel has come quite some way since then with great facilities and a complimentary breakfast which is superb.
Along with the hostel another beast was slowly born, Baaaaaataaaa's Crazy Tour (said in a maniacal Bosnia accent).
But enough, we have just checked in and need our rest so we will have more on that tomorrow.
... not care to help children from small villages to get to school nor provide them with local schooling. They're also easier to brainwash if they're illiterate. He wishes things were different in his homeland, but still has a love for his country.
With heavy hearts, even though Bata repeatedly told us not to feel sorry for him or any other Bosnians because they have winning spirits and positive attitudes, we began walking around Pocitelj and seeing many of ...
... the bus from to Tirana. ALBANIA So the day after the visit to the monastery we left at 10 am with the same guy that drove us the day before. We had two other guys with us that were going to Tirana as well so they shared the car and the price which was nice. We drove past a huge lake that was covered in water lilies. It was not something we expected to see but was really nice. At the boarder we did the usual handing over of our passports to the officer but after ...
... Golden Gate bridge on our honeymoon - how cool/beautiful it was, with dolphins swimming underneath. I guess I'm reminded of that bridge because it's the last time I was mesmerized by one - something that is really just a form of transportation from point A to B, but made into so much more. *** 'Mostar' can be literally translated into 'bridge-keeper / watcher', a testament to the bridge's importance to the town. Originally built some ~400 years ago, its beauty and importance ...
135km ( Sarajevo - Mostar) took 2.75 hours. Not to bad really as the road was windy and a little bit up and down. But very scenic all the way. High mountains, a long canyon, a lake and a nice river. Couldn't ask for more.
Mostar is much smaller than I imagined. When Hannah and I were in Dubrovnik there were many tours going there as a day trip and they were relatively expensive. I think it was that that made me think it was quite big with a busling market etc. Instead ...