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... the Sarajevo tram tracks and electrical power.
So with the group re-united at the bus depot in Sarajavo, we took a public bus (much like Greyhound - a/c, nice seats, structured departures/arrivals, professional drivers and staff) through the hills from Sarajevo to Mostar. It was a beautiful trip, but unfortunately we chose to sit on the wrong side of the bus. The view was mostly on the other side and the sun was on ...
... skill. I was very impressed with the stained-glass lamps there, the hammered metal works, and even one of the artists who was selling his paintings. There were silk (and fake silk) scarves with beautiful designs on them, amazingly-detailed decorated bowls and ceramics, and even some mugs I was considering getting. (But it's too early in the trip to be buying breakables.) We ended the guided part of the tour by the famous bridge. It was originally built long ago, but ...
... to see a snake swimming close to the bathers which did make me think I was glad I hadn't brought my costume! The next stop was the medieval Turkish village of Počitelj. Founded by the King of Bosnia it was then rebuilt by the Ottoman Empire. The village is tiny but really beautiful and a visit to the small Mosque of Haji-Ali shouldn't be missed! Finally it was time to head to our main destination for the day, the town of Mostar! An amalgam of east and west the town ...
... remove our shoes and a woman had to dress Kim with a scarf to cover her head/hair and wrap to cover her knees. She looked like a little middle eastern princess.. On the river/springs edge were restaurants serving up trout cough right there in the river..had to try it. The guy brought out 5 trout all cooked differently, fried, baked, breaded...it was amazing but waaaay more food than we expected...oh well. Fat and happy we hit the road.... 3 hours later we crossed back into ...
... but I was delighted with the tasty selection of 5 different dishes. All for three quid. Yum. It's sad to think that places like this may close down and be replaced by the ubiquitous international tourist menu of rubbish that turns up everywhere now. Rant over.
Other places to stay in Mostar
Dr. Ante Starcevica, Mostar | 4 star hotelfrom $82
Mostarski Bataljona bb, Mostar | 3 star hotelfrom $108
Kriva Cuprija I (Onescukova 23), Mostar | 3 star hotelfrom $72
Trk Ivana Krndelja br.16, Mostar | Hotelfrom $28
Fejiceva/Faladjica 1c, Mostar | 3 star hotelfrom $80