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... to move on. There were some more pit stops to come. The tour guide wanted to buy some beers and beverages for the Border control personnel and it was a really nice gesture in the summer heat ! So we stopped and bought some beverages in a Bosnian supermarket. On the way, we found a group of stalls on the road selling fresh fruits, honey, marmalade and all those organic stuff. Time for another stop. A highlight of this trip which I liked was a visit to an Oyster and ...
It was close to 90 degrees today, now we’re inland, away from the water, but this was also unseasonably warm, the first day we’ve been uncomfortable with the temps. But fortunately things cool down quickly at this time of year so our discomfort was short lived. We walked around the west side, trying to truly take in the destruction that still remained and process what it meant. The gutted buildings, the shrapnel dotting buildings that ...
... the most beautiful places in the world, is fundamentally disturbing. It's still breath-takingly gorgeous, and Squirt and I undeniably had a delightful day wandering round the old town, browsing souvenir stalls, drinking Turkish coffee during a rain shower, taking photos. We paid to go into a sixteenth century mosque which gave tourists access to its minaret for the views of the old bridge. The views were worth it but the narrow spiral staircase to get up ...
... in our direct line. The same guy who had been bothering us for money 40 minutes beforehand. We most certainly got the best view as the bridge was packed with people who probably, in reality didn't get to see much after the jumper had leapt.
After we had made it back down we stopped in at a Turkish cafe off to the side of the Mosque and got a Turkish coffee which is the same as a Bosnian coffee except it's boiled only boiled once (bosnian is boiled twice.) This coffee ...
... there was a group of has having a few drinks and we checked out a bar that is in a real cave so that was cool. Friday was pretty relaxed, we headed out on a walk with Laura and an Australian called Heydon and explored the city a bit. Friday was also the anniversary and Memorial Day for the 1993 massacre of 8000 over 3 days in Srbrenica and so no music was allowed to be played. We tried a Bosnian dish of mince sausages, raw onion and kebab type ...