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... river where we all hung out for a bit and watched some really brave people jump off the famous Mostar bridge. Later that night a large group of us sat outside in the hostel's garden with a couple drinks and just enjoyed some great conversation.
On our last day in Mostar, Jason and I checked out the bridge museum and learned a bit about its original construction in the 1500s as well as its reconstruction in the early ...
... did the jump off the old bridge which is 23 metres high. In order to jump, you need to be trained by the locals at the diving club and prove you're ready. The bridge is the heart of the town and huge part of their identity and locals need permission from their father to make their first jump. They also end their career with a final jump, after which they can't jump anymore and it's important to have the final jump. We were shown during the ...
... to relax and recover a little bit from all the bus rides we had had on the previous days. We slept in and spent the day at the beach. The water was so clear and the beach we were at was really shallow as well. We had the "delight" of listening to an old Greek guy singing Opera majority of the time as well. We thought that he shouldn't quit his day job or if that was his day job he should maybe think about another profession. That evening Sim had the pleasure of being able ...
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... of wooden supports and the ruling sultan told Hayruddin he would be executed if the bridge collapsed once the supports were removed. Though Hayruddin dug his own grave in preparation, he lived because the bridge stood—for four more centuries. When the original structure was destroyed by a bomb during the Bosnian conflict in 1993, UNESCO helped fund its rebuilding as a ...
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