Guesthouse Pansion Robi Medjugorje

Address: Majke Terezije 38, Medjugorje, 88266, Bosnia and Herzegovina | B&B
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This B&B, located on Majke Terezije 38, Medjugorje, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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          Travel Blogs from Medjugorje

          Sarajevo & Mostar

          A travel blog entry by mrarnold on Aug 28, 2015

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          ... dug to link the town to the free Bosnian territory to facilitate the mobilisation of troops, civilians, equipment, resources etc. this tunnel ran 800m underneath the airport. In 1984 Sarajevo held the Winter Olympics. We ventured into the mountains to visit an abandoned bobsled track which was a really eerie and amazing experience. It now sits unused and overgrown covered in graffiti. After Sarajevo we took a beautiful train ride to Mostar, a ...


          A travel blog entry by valaryr on Feb 18, 2015

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          ... this entire trip! We all had read about a nearby attraction called Blagaj, and Miran kindly agreed to drive us there. In order to be in Mostar for dinner/dusk, we decided to do this first.

          The drive to Blagaj took only 15 minutes and allowed us to see a few neighboring villages. BiH (Bosnia/Herzegovina) is known for its great wine, which was reinforced by the numerous wineries we passed on our quick drive. Blagaj itself is ...

          Day 51 - Mostar, Bosnia

          A travel blog entry by jt_martin_ez on Nov 12, 2014

          22 photos

          ... until military force and Serbian refugees left the country. Bosnia was a whole other beast. I've read anywhere from 140,000 to 200,000 deaths during the near decade long struggle between Croats, Bosniaks (Muslims), and Serbs. The complexity of Bosnia was that these three main groups were so inter-mixed within the region. Most say Milosevic (President of Serbia) was committing genocide to create larger areas Serbian-Bosnia regions, and ...

          A tragic history and hope for the future.....

          A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 24, 2014

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          ... real life. After about a 40 minute talk, we started walking and our first stop was an ancient Mosque, where we were required to take our shoes off before going inside.

          Our local guide provided an interesting description of the Mosque and after about 20 minutes, we continued to a cemetery for people killed in the 90’s war. It was sad to see the number of headstones, many dated 1993, with many of those interred there being younger including many ...

          Crazy Bata's Tour and the Bosnian War

          A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Aug 31, 2014

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          ... created McBurek here in hopes of reeling in more customers. The Croat side of Mostar looks more modern because it's where the money is and so the government is happy to support this area more that the Bosnian side of the city. Bats pointed out a really nice building to us and explained that it's a human experiment. This is the local high school in Mostar where catholic Croats, orthodox Serbs, and Bosniacs (Muslim Bosnians) all attend classes. However, appearance is not ...