Guesthouse Pansion Robi Medjugorje
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... bridge was about 430 years old and it took the Croats two days to destroy it during the war in the 1990s. Since its reconstruction, the bridge has been named a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The tour we did in Mostar was incredible, the hostel the cleanest we've been in, the city full of beauty and destruction, but my most memorable part of our time in Mostar are the the wonderful friends we've made from all over the ...
... through it and not even noticed, a border crossing booth appeared. We pulled out our 5 Aussie and 1 New Zealand passport and were quickly waved through. We started to pull past the second window when a hand stuck out and waved frantically and made a stop symbol. Oh, we had just "left" Croatia. The 2nd window tight next to it was the Bosnia border control. We apologized and handed over our passports again. They were quickly scanned, handed back and we were on our ...
... arch bridge over the Neretva, designed by Turkish architect Mimar Hairedin in 1566—was destroyed by Bosnian Croat forces. By the end of the year, the Croats had largely asserted their control of the city.A federation was forged between Bosnian Croats and Muslims in March 1994, putting an end to the hostilities between them. Mostar suffered extensive ...
... of which require 1st gear and a fair bit of slow speed riding skill. Dick one of the group mounted his GoPro on his helmet and took some footage of the ride http://youtu.be/iJVsXDtwMpw We had our morning coffee stop in Sutjeska National Park. There are 235 steps to the WWII monument on the hill. This park is famous for the Partisans victory over the Germans in WWII. It also hosts one of the last ...
135km ( Sarajevo - Mostar) took 2.75 hours. Not to bad really as the road was windy and a little bit up and down. But very scenic all the way. High mountains, a long canyon, a lake and a nice river. Couldn't ask for more.
Mostar is much smaller than I imagined. When Hannah and I were in Dubrovnik there were many tours going there as a day trip and they were relatively expensive. I think it was that that made me think it was quite big with a busling market etc. Instead ...