The Mostar Bridge!
Tired girls! It was still too early to be awake, but Mostar was worth it!
Something delicious for the train trip:)
E making a cutest bun ever.
Happier when having the hair up!
Shopping some souvenirs.
E was always running to get out of the sun, because of the heat.
cooling down under a waterfall
Us reading about Mostars' history.
We were making the "it's so damn cold" -faces.
Because our last trip was so short and we really fell in love with the place once again- we decided to make another trip to Mostar. You can read about the previous one by clicking THIS. We made sure that we woke up early (too early), made a good and quick breakfast and then packed just the items we would need: camera, phones, keys, bikinis, food and water and some extra money. The cab (Company called "Crveni taxi" is the cheapest and their drivers are nice + they don´t charge extra for your luggage!) arrived fast and took us to the train station. Travelling there was a bit exciting because the forest fires were all over Southern Europe- and Bosnia was no exception). Though we were all still very tired, the views kept us awake and entertained. We could see the flames on the mountains and the smoke was so thick that you couldn't see the blue sky... The sun was still shining and you can only imagine how hot it was to be in the hottest city in Europe while the fires and the aerosols were only making the heat worse... +50 degs it was! :D
When we arrived we went to change our bikinis on and then to this nice place to have a late breakfast, another one that day :D. We decided to order sweet pancakes and buy some fresh fruits from the local square. Then we wanted to something refreshing... it was time to swim under the bridge and damn it felt good! Most of the people were just too terrified of the "cold" +9 degs water but to us it was just perfect way to cool down and prevent the thermal shock... :D After some beautiful and cooling hours we decided to go to another restaurant and eat before we headed to the bridge museum. :) It was really exciting to be up there and see and listen about the bridge's history! Such a remarkable peace of architecture and art! They had the tiniest doors we had ever seen... :D Even H looked like a giant! :D
Then it was time for another swimming time, the last this summer, if you don't count swimming in a pool. We wanted to enjoy every moment we could before getting to the train station and the most uncomfortable train ride ever... Damn it was hot in there and we couldn't even keep the windows open because of the smoke from fires and some lunatics were even smoking inside the train...! It really was something that annoyed us... :D Smoking indoors... it´s like having pigs eating from the kitchen table. :D The day was so full of enjoyment and action that we all fell asleep in the train. That's a sign of a well spent day :).