“..Brew me a cup for a winter’s night. For the wind howls loud and the furies fight; Spice it with love and stir it with care,…”

Rujište , Mostar

Further details on how to get there, please see the following below pix.

By car or taxi from Mostar to Rujište, is approx. 20 min.s. Rujište, MostarPs-

    • love the service & food of the little motel-restaurant, Šnježna Kuča. (Tel : +387 (0)36 502500, Addresss: Park Prirode, Rujište, Mostar)
    • need to check on climate and roads before going for ski or other winter activities.

 

Posted on February 16, 2015, in All About Food, Immersed in Nature and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. very nice!! especially the spiced wine!! got me droolin’ now….

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  2. The food looks delicious! 🙂

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  3. The food and hot spicy wine sounds delicious and heartily warming on a cold winter’s day! My German teacher at my evening class used to bring in gluhwein for us on particularly cold and stormy winter days (we get quite a lot of severe rainstorms here in Perth during winter) – it was wonderful!! I think she’ll be my teacher again during the winter semester fingers crossed! Have a lovely week 🙂

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    • Fingers crossed for you on that wish! 😄 Definitely one of the things to warm up oneself on a cold winter’s night! The natural aroma from the spiced wine relaxed and puts one in a winter holiday mood! 😊Wishing you a great week ahead too, Rosemary!

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  4. This would make such a great holiday, full of adventure and exhilaration! Hope one day I visit. 😉

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    • Globalresidence

      All things are very possible, Lita! 😃 Considering that we are part of the same continent! The traveling highways are getting better and better, so if not through flights, driving is a great alternative. The motel mentioned is known very well only with locals so pricing is still quite reasonable. 😉 Wishing you a great week ahead, Lita!

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