Before we headed back to Croatia, we had time to mooch around some more of the picturesque little stalls that line the main cobbled street of Mostar.
From colourful slippers to beaten copper work, tiny traditionally attired dolls to artwork, there’s almost too much to take in.
Colourful wooden instruments make interesting (and custom friendly) souvenirs!
Copper wear, sumptuous fabrics and cute little tea sets are also displayed to attract the magpie eyes of the tourist.
The plethora of textiles make me salivate slightly . . .so many cushion covers that could be made from them.
Everywhere you look there’s a riot of colour, pattern and texture to delight the snap happy and trinket gatherer! (Both of which I happen to be)
We also stuck our heads inside the courtyard of a traditional Moorish home, but, as we’d no cash for the entrance fee, we didn’t venture further!
Here’s some carpets instead . . .
Finally a few more bridge snaps. (I really need to find a blog template that arranges pictures better!!!!!)
Here’s me attempting to strike a pose . . weirdly I look like I have one HUGE hand and one freakishly tiny one.