Some pics of the trip and slice of life.
Sarajevo was a pleasant surprise. The city is packed full of history. Not least because of the Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian and Yugoslavian influence in the area.
The guy in the suit didn’t look impressed. He just stared at us angrily, seemingly occupying the whole hallway and speaking quite loudly in Bosnian something we couldn’t possibly understand.
Cycling through Bosnia and Herzegovina from Mostar to Sarajevo. Strange fishy dinners and chilly hilly roads.
Exploring a little town in the south of Bosnia and Herzegovina where people like to jump from the 26m bridge.
I climbed up an old tower in Mostar which was used as a sniper nest during the war. See some pictures from this fascinating old building here.
Wild camping here comes with a little added danger: you could blow your legs off standing on a landmine. So it’s a good idea to switch to land which is in use, just to be safe. Farms, orchards and…