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... swirling around and between the mountains and dark clouds gathering and dissipating at will. It was impossible to get photographs of the scenery, as soon as a shot was framed the train either entered a tunnel or the clouds obliterated the view at the last second. When we exited Mostar station, we found ourselves on a busy road and headed off in the direction that seemed most likely to lead to the old town. In fact, the more usual route would have been to ...
... br> The easy crossing of the borders didn’t last however. At the next crossing back into Bosnia, the bus was required to stop and all our Passports were collected. Our driver took them first to a booth on one side of a square and then across to another booth. The process took about half an hour and when I got my Passport back, I was disappointed that it wasn’t stamped.
After another short drive, we arrived at the small town of ...
... an amazing sunset dipping into the mountains and lighting up the river.
From our sunset vantage we made our way onto the elderly ladies house where we were served fruits, biscuits, juices made from her garden fruit and a traditional Bosnian coffee, during all this it was hard to imagine that in 1998 this lovely lady had been camping in the very same lounge room surrounded by the ruins of her former home.
With many thanks and the sun firmly set ...
... around the corner. The restaurant was way back off the street but we found it easily enough. It was pretty much deserted so we grabbed a table inside and waited for a waiter since they were outside having a smoke and drink at the bar. It was quite a fancy place with nice interior and formally dressed waiters and they soon came in a dropped off some English menus. Teo had recommended getting the meat platter to share since it gave you a sample of the main types of food they ate ...
... never been important to them ever. It was always really a political distinction. The people had a mutual respect for one another and had no difficulties living alongside each other. It's an interesting view point. I do wish I knew more about it all. But it all seems very complex. In the afternoon I went to the Sarajevo museum and learned a bit about the conflict and there was also a few interesting art exhibitions, which I enjoyed. In the evening I met up with a friend of ...
Other places to stay in Mostar
Dr. Ante Starcevica, Mostar | 4 star hotelfrom $82
Mostarski Bataljona bb, Mostar | 3 star hotelfrom $108
Kriva Cuprija 2 (Onescukova), Mostar | 3 star hotelfrom $72
Trk Ivana Krndelja br.16, Mostar | Hotelfrom $28
Fejiceva/Faladjica 1c, Mostar | 3 star hotelfrom $80