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... a keying for home, Squirt bought a miniature notebook and a set of three ornately decorated boxes within boxes, and I bought her an engraved copper bracelet from a coppersmith who altered it to fit her there and then, and charged £2 for the item. The old bridge itself isn't old at all, the original was destroyed in the Bosnian War, in 1993, and the replacement was built after the war using as many of the original bricks as possible. There's a museum ...
... behind the town, resembling the Great Wall of China. I had a coffee and water at one of the first Cafes I encountered, and the owner seemed appreciative for the business.
After another short drive, we reached a border station for Bosnia, but in this case the crossing was very informal and the border guard just waved us through. After another short drive we reached another border station and passed back into Croatia and were again waved ...
... to compare it to but as this one is heavily filled with tourists everyday I suppose it might have been slightly different. It was pretty cool inside with rugs covering the entire ground, amazing lights and coloured glass windows. It was also built in 1617 so it was pretty cool. We climbed the skinny steps all the way up the top of the minaret and we were in fact impressed with the view. We even timed it pretty well as we got to see someone finally make their jump from the ...
... Lunch was a sample of Bosnia, an amazing selection of grilled meats and vegetables with salad, obviously accompanied by Rakija! We visited the historic town Počitelj and explored the medieval/Ottoman fortress. The views as the sun set were amazing overlooking Bosnian countryside and the river. Whilst exploring the fortress we awkwardly interrupted a teen make out session in the towers, bad timing guys! Within the town ...
... and some of his colleagues for Friday night drinks. It's my mate Gavin Murphy's friend, Luke who works for The UNHCR now in Sarajevo. And Gav used to he quite good friends with Ash, in fact, they used to live together in Hobart and went to school together too. Although I never really liked Gav very much, but I guess when Ash died, all divisions were finished. I guess it's because we all shared a mutual sadness. Anyway, Luke and his friends were lovely. I got on really well with ...
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