After a late breakfast at the Dada Hostel, I went to the Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque in the Old Town. The entrance to the mosque and minaret was a hefty 6 euros but the view was worth it. The inside of the mosque was nice but small. The minaret was also small but pretty tall with 360 degree views. There was no one else up there so I had it to myself. The views of the Old Bridge and river were spectacular. The sky was partly clear for a change so that helped.
After the mosque I wondered around and drank a lot of coffee and ate some baklava. For lunch I had a traditional Bosnian dish of ćevap which just means "kebab" and is pronounced almost the same. It comes with onions and Bosnian "lepinja" bread which just means something like "pita".
For the rest of the day, I just messed around and soaked up the atmosphere and good vibes.