Travel Blogs from Mostar
I think the thing about the east that strikes me is how small the cities are. If anyone ever told me one day in Paris is enough, I would be completely shocked. But it's certainly the feeling I get about the east. And if you can get a chance to see the countryside, I certainly wouldn't pass it up. So one day in Sarajevo was enough to see the city. I arrived and met my host, an interesting hippy looking guy, with a very kind heart and lots of interesting stories. Thank goodness ...
... fire. Large holes in outside walls indicated direct hits by heavier caliber shelling.
The owners of our pension, Suzanna and Ned, are Muslim. Ned was engaged in direct fighting for the entire course of the war, 6 April 1992 – 14 December 1995. During our departure ride to the bus station, Ned freely answered our many questions about his ...
... and ending up being a charming host. He sat down with us and chatted about his life in Mostar, the war, his passion for music and his family. When I mentioned that the music in his bar made it very difficult to hear the call to prayer. A bit of an impish smile formed on his face. He told us stories about his wife and her ex-husband being locked in a basement to starve because she was Muslim (by name - not even practicing) and he was ...
... go to some amazing waterfalls.
We boarded our 9.30am bus from Croatia to Mostar with Ash from Split. The bus ride was meant to be 4 hours but the traffic was mad and ended up taking double that. We checked into our awesome cheap hostel which was run by a madman and headed into town to check out the bridge. It is a beautiful little town, even ...
After we arrived at the bus station we were picked up and whisked away to our accommodation which we found out was in the Croatian Bosnian side of Mostar, the Bosnian Muslim area was to the North and the Serb area was further to the East in another village. Yep, after hearing that and compiling it with the scenes of destruction that we witnessed coming in, we realised we were in a very different country and area than we had never been in before.
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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