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... tour guide is sufficient but in others every passport must be minutely examined. And remember, each border crossing involves two lots of officials; one for the country being left and the other for the country being entered.
Mostar is another city with a long history as is the case with most centres in this part of the world. It is very sobering to wonder ...
I depart Sarajevo early in the morning so I can have a full day exploring Mostar before my overnight bus to Split. Basically the front line between warring Croats and Bosniaks nearly all of the city was destroyed during the Bosnian war.
The old town- a predominantly Ottoman era walled city has been meticulously rebuilt but the scars of the war are most visible in this town. Built ...
... crossing. We had a small coffee break in Neum and continued our journey by the coast and the views of the Croatian islands are really delightful in the horizon of the sea. Again, we passed our third border crossing of the day and reached Počitelj . We stopped for around half an hour in this beautiful medieval town situated 30km from Mostar. This stone town was built on a hill from where we can see the Neretva River flowing close by. The architecture of Počitelj ...
... Orthodox Serbs and Muslim Bosniaks lived with one another peacefully. As Yugoslavia began to unwind, the Croats and the Bosniaks fought along side one another to oust Serbians and the Yugoslav's People's Army. However, once they had done that, the Croats and the Bosniaks took up arms against one another. Mostar came crumbling down, along with it's beautiful bridge, and it was the place you heard about often on the evening ...
... into the tiny cup with some sugar and away you go. The water is for after. It was delicious – and not as strong as an Italian espresso. We also had a local specialty called a cevapi (Chevappi) Little spiced-mince sausages are served inside a flatbread on a bed of onions. I commented that every culture has their own version of bread and meat (pies, kebabs, burgers etc...) and this one was extremely tasty. Because we were in Bosnia we were back on the ...