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... kitchen! Best bit about it was that we didn't have to share it with 8 others ha! We were so excited to be able to cook our own meals for a week we spent straight to the supermarket and shopped up! First aisle was fruit and vegetables- YUM! We paid for the apartment and ski hire etc whilst we were working in London so it was even better as it felt like a free week as it wasn't coming out of our budget! Il out ...
... the last 10 years. Jeremy is up first, crowd cheering, he looks petrified! Both him and Shayne make and survive the huge drop, whereas nerves (and the height) get the better of Zared. Shayne describes it as "8 litres of water going up in me!" - haha.
Its time to jump back on the bus, but not without a quick gelato stop! 3 hours later we're back in Split, and Penelopa has made her way here. We head to a local takeaway and get traditional ...
... got involved at Ali Baba, a night club built into the cliff wall within spitting distance of the Stari Most (I went back the next day to get photos). The place was spectacular and the vibe was excellent, so a good night was had by all. Due to the excesses of the night before I didn't get up until 11am the next morning, feeling a bit seedy and sorry for myself. Luckily mostar is a small place so I had an easy day sightseeing around the town, particularly around ...
... the top surface of the foundations. It comprises a box cross section of varying size. An additional box girder is executed just below the suspended structure providing it an additional support as well as bracing the pylon legs. The cable stays are anchored to the top ...
... city. The river decides the town into two parts the Bosnian half and the Croatian half. The bridge which joins the two halls was destroyed in 1993 during the war and has been totally rebuilt in its original 400 year old form. The bridge is very significant to the city as Mostar was named after its old bridge (meaning Stari most) and the towers on its sides, "the bridge keepers" ( mortars in ...