Dubrovnik´s old town (and the city walls) are really impressive, but only second to Venice in terms of tourist hordes invading the place.
We were looking forward to Bosnia and already in a hurry, so we went to a reataurant promisingly named "Fast Food", where we waited maybe an hour without a waiter showing up at our table to take our order.
We arrived in Mostar again after midnight, so we tried to find the hostel without calling them for help. The GPS had no street names, so we went to the center and asked a guy for directions. He looked at the address, then looked at me in disgust, said "west side" and walked away. The "west side" is where the Croats live.
Mostar saw some heavy fighting between muslims and Croats and the main boulevard, which was the front line between them, still looks like a war zone:
So, instead of asking more muslims for directions to the Croat side, we went into the next internet café and typed the address into Google Maps.
This is what we got! :D
And so we called Majda to pick us up.
Mostar is still an insider´s tip, but I´m sure it´ll be full of backpackers very soon. There are hostels opening up everywhere. One even opened on the same day we went there - they were just cleaning up the reception area to be ready for the first guests.