A good indication you’ve been at the right place is that you feel like you’re leaving when it’s about to get much better. We had a fine winter and early springtime during our stay in Mostar.
The winter is gone already, and springtime is already here in Mostar. What else to call the time you already sit on the balcony and walk around in lighter jackets? We are rounding off our travels for this time,
2016 was full of road trips and adventures, plus many things accomplished for both of us. For 2017 one big thing will be for us to move to a bigger place, as the one room apartment has done for us what it could.
I visited the former secret military aircraft base near Mostar in Gojnice. It’s abandoned and for me the experience was that of an magnificent echo chamber. There are several objects like these in Bosnia,
Just shaering some scenes from our December days in Mostar. The weather has been really nice, like early spring, blue skies and sunshine.
Since we arrived in Mostar I’ve been busy getting practical things done. The weather has been really good, a late week in November was sunny with 20 C during the day, which we fully enjoyed.
This autumn has been full of experience for the three of us, all autumn magic, from sunny days, to lightning & thunder and all that eventually passed to the fading autumn colors and the end of our traveling for now.
The center of beauty of Mostar is its Old Town with Stari Most, but there’s so much more close by to see and experience. Here’s a list of places to visit that are out of the main tourist map –
During the day these streets always have people, locals and tourists. Even during my nightly visit there was music coming from a café that should’ve had closed but kept open where friends hung around.
We visited the Old Blagaj Fort high up above Vrelo Bune cave and river mouth about 310 meters above sea level. Long ago the Illyrians lived there and had settlements around the area and fortified it,
A must visit if you’re in or around Mostar is the medieval small town of Počitelj, as it is less than a half an hour drive away. The town was founded in 1383 by the Bosnian king Stjepan Tvrtko I and was within the Kingdom of Bosnia until the Ottoman finally succeeded in conquering Bosnia (read more in this post –
First Baby Flight
We had our first flight with our baby, a short one straight from Gothenburg to Mostar. The airport stay and flight went fast and also having a baby let’s you pass the line,