Enjoying the freedom//Bosnia and Herzegovina pt4

Here we are, the last part of our Bosnian adventure.
The day after unforgettable trip with Miran we decided to do something chilling so we took a bus from Mostar to Neum – only Bosnian town with a sea.
We told our plan to Tomas and Julia ( a new friend from Switzerland) and they ended up going with us. What can I say about this day? Lots of swimming lots of beers and lots fun quality time with amazing people.

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Me and Eva wanted to spend a night there, but after a little walk around we took the bus back to Mostar with them where we also spend our last night.
The next day, 6am and we are already in the train which will take us to Sarajevo, where we will spend another 2 nights and then a flight back home.
When we stood of the train we mat Tomáš again, yeah he was in the same train as we, haha.
We were too freaking tired so coffee was all we needed. After really bad cup of cappuccino Tomáš took us to the view point of the city, because he already spend here few days.
It was amazing, just look at the pictures.

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After Tomáš left to Tuzla we met Calum from Australia again (first time we met him was when we went to the sniper tower) and we basically spend our whole time in Sarajevo with him.
One day we decided to go to find a bob slide from Olympics which took place here in Sarajevo in 1984. Well it became a hike and I thought I am gonna die not from the hill but from the amazing views.

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I think this is all what I can say about this trip. I will add some more pictures and end with this:

When I was finishing my freshmen year on high school I took an opportunity to spend 2,5months in Scotland. I thought great, it will teach me how to speak English little bit better and maybe I will earn some money. HA! By the end it cost me more than what I earn and my English wasn’t as good as I thought it will be but It gave me more than I thought.
I discovered the beauty of meeting new people, exploring new places and trying new things. I found out that if we have dreams we actually can fulfill them and that is the purpose of our or at least mine life.
And here I am back from Bosnia sitting and a cafe in Trondheim and loving every moment of my life.

Don’t forget to live,

Dominika.

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