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... minutes instead of the 30 minutes it took the rest of the group to get there. Great decision on our part.
One of the interesting things about the trams is that after the seige, various nations donated trams to Sarajevo to help build up their infrastructure which had been decimated. So throughout the city you won't see two trams the same. They are different colors, ages, designs and shapes, all modified to ...
... us take off our shoes, but didn't make us cover our heads, which was a bit surprising.
The mosque is very small, with room for only a small crowd, but like all mosques I've been in, was very nicely decorated. The oriental carpets, the wall paintings, the chandelier- all were clearly made with care and artistic skill. However, as it is just one small room, we didn't spend a lot of time there.
We headed over to the shuk, which also had tons of stuff made ...
... at the first one they didn't even open the passports! The first stop were the Kravica waterfalls at Studenci. It was sweltering heat by now so the ten minute climb down was unappreciated, unlike the oasis that awaited us at the bottom!! The green blue water of the lagoon was fed by a myriad of waterfalls from the surrounding rocks. A few small bars were set up around the lake with a happy group af bathers enjoying the cool water. It was an absolute delight. I was just a ...
... here not that long ago. Satisfied we loaded up and headed towards Dubrovnik, our last stop in Croatia. On our way down we stopped at a monastery about 20 miles from Mostar at the the edge of a cave and enormous overhanging cliffs. It's the site of the largest natural spring in Europe..basically an underground river that emerges from the cave. It is a Muslim monastery built in the early 1400's.. Really pretty place but very simple. It overlooked the river. To enter we ...
... significance dating back to the 11th century and it's recent history post WW2 and of course the Balkens War. We saw Tito's old Villa, the bombed out hotel (Bosnias first) which is actually a historc building that hasn't been restored. Around the square we saw the facades of empty buildings only restored as window dressing, a derelict building that looked like a museum that infact was a shopping mall which hard to believe previously had 8 stories of ...