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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and started wildly honking, and tried to jump out of the car to go say hi. And everyone was cool with it (imagine at the American border!). Mostar is about 120,000 people. The old city is Turkish style, with a bazaar stretching across the Old Bridge. They sell scarves, coffee sets, jewellery, rugs, etc, and crowds gather at the peak of the old bridge to watch people jump 20m into the river below. The bridge was destroyed in 1993 and rebuilt in ...
... but the unfortunate event of a boulder falling through the roof of a building uncovered a treasure trove of information giving evidence of thousands of years of habitation.
Now what sits at the entrance of the cave is a monastery of the whirling dervishes who are a order of Islam who practice in a very interesting way.
We took the opportunity to drink from the river using their wishing cup and went on our way.
A shortish trip home and ...
... up another miracle meal - sausage casserole - out of pretty much no ingredients and we cracked a bottle of our Bulgarian red wine. Shortly after dinner our host returned from beers with the neighbours and as it was his birthday so the raiki came out again! Luckily he was off to party with more of his friends so it wasn't a late night. Campsite Back to cheap, and awesome local hosts. He is a staunch Yugoslavian supporter though... So we steered clear of any ...
... We did as instructed and the guy started asking us about a "green card" that we were supposed to have, which we didn’t!! As Ger and Mick waited for George another customs officer came over and told us to get a move on...hahaha...make up ye’re minds lads!! Finally, after a bit of standing around and a bit of chatting with the border guard he allowed us to go on our way. We subsequently found out that the green card is used by used countries ...
... the bus from to Tirana. ALBANIA So the day after the visit to the monastery we left at 10 am with the same guy that drove us the day before. We had two other guys with us that were going to Tirana as well so they shared the car and the price which was nice. We drove past a huge lake that was covered in water lilies. It was not something we expected to see but was really nice. At the boarder we did the usual handing over of our passports to the officer but after ...