Guesthouse Pansion Robi Medjugorje
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... way to the old bridge, the Stari Most. It really is magnificent at 22 metres, and has recently become a UNESCO World Heritage site - it was blown to pieces during the war (but stood up to 64 grenades before finally giving in) and reconstruction finished in 2004. I felt so, so happy and proud to be stood in front of it, taking my own version of the photo which was the inspiration for this whole trip. I really can't explain ...
Bata was 21 years old when the war broke out and he remembers the day everything had changed. There were tons of people on the streets who had been forced out of their homes half dressed, gun shots ringing, shouting, and complete chaos. Bata remembers hearing the shotguns and went to hide in a closet. He said he was 21 with the mind of a 10 year old when he heard loud unfamiliar footsteps in his home and his name being called by an us recognizable voice. He ...
We had decided when we were planning everything for our summer that we wanted to come back across to The Balkans/Eastern Europe and see the countries we hadn't gotten to last year. We also really liked the history and some of the countryside that we saw while we were over this way last time. Also everyone we spoke to in London seemed to rave about the countries we hadn't seen yet either. Originally we had booked a travel talk tour that was meant to include the sail Croatia ...
Someone is trying to send me a message. We are in a small town in Bosnia and the "satellite" TV has three English speaking stations, one of which is CNN. But somehow, I wake up in the middle of the night to Leo watching the movie Flashdance. I'm not joking. What are the odds? Apparently someone is trying to subtly (or not so subtly?) tell me to "take my passion and make it happen." Approximately 14 hours earlier, we arrived in Mostar, Bosnia. And while ...
One of these buildings also now provides the best view in town. The local tourist touts will tell you that it’s the Mosque tower in the middle of Old Town that costs some 15 BAM ($12 AUD) but really they are just working off commission. The real best view in town is from the old, abandoned and half crumbling former glass building. Before the war this ten storey building used to house the main bank and almost all the office workers in town. Now, after the war, the ...