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... to doing a tour of your own is the ability to hit up the smaller wineries, instead of the larger ones that are geared towards the big tour groups - unfortunately, we still hit up the more famous bigger wineries, since some of the smaller ones were closed today (being Sunday), and it was our stomachs that did most of the thinking today. It was a bit less of a wine trail today for us, and more of an oyster and seafood gorge fest!
... away from the tiny spot steps from the hotel that was our parking garage. Check out the picture. Mostar is nothing like Croatia or Montenegro - on several fronts. There were signs of war in Croatia, but there is no escaping the signs here. It is obvious, 20 years later, that the city was decimated. Mostar itself is a fairly large city with the core, the Old Town and the Bridge, and sprawl that is reminds me of communist countries - large ...
... that I found the most authentic restaurant possible. I went with one of the guys from my room. There were two people working at the restaurant and neither spoke any English. We sat down and waited for a really long time before we were brought one menu. Then we waited for another really long time. Finally, one of them came back and brought us two more menu's. Now we were two people with three menu's and no food. After waiting for a bit longer, we were able to order. We ...
... the coast and then cross inland back into Bosnia. There is a famous bridge in Mostar originally built in the 16th century. Today locals make money by jumping off the bridge 25 meters down into the river. They play the crowd quite a bit to get money before jumping. The war was quite complicated as there are three ethic groups. There were the Serbians ...
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