Sat, May 18, 2013
There’s a bus leaving at 3pm to Sarajevo. There used to be a train system but I guess there wasn’t enough demand so you pretty much need to hop on a bus or take a train to Zagreb or Rovinj I think to be able to get to other countries.
And because we have time to kill, that means one more visit to Old City.
We actually went up the hill to get a overview of the city but none of my photos came out that great so I won’t be posting them.
All my pics in this post will be from my iPhone 5. I had to get one more seafood platter before leaving this gorgeous country @ Old City. It was pretty good, basic but when you have good product, you don’t need super fancy cooking techniques. I ate the shrimp heads, Shawn didn’t, go me.
The bus was an hour late and it took like 6 to get there. God I wish I didn’t drink so much during lunch. We went back to the bar spot w/the gorgeous view and had a couple of beers. The bus ride to Sarajevo goes along this beautiful coastal road that happens to be very windy as it goes uphill through the mountains. Ugh I was getting sick and forced myself to sleep through most of it.
Shawn told me I missed out. Pretty sure he’s right : /
We got to the Sarajevo Bus station which had most of its lights off, creepy. Got a cab to our hotel, they suggested this restaurant at the top of the hill that overlooks the city. Since it was already late I went in basketball shorts and a hoodie…I was severely underdressed.
The fried donut was good, but so is deep fried anything.
I think this picture does a good job of representing what eastern european food is like. Remember what I wrote back in my day 1 post? It’s pretty much protein + a couple veggie sides, nothing fancy, just basic stuff.
It was overcooked 🙁 Veggies as well, bland poorly cooked dish.