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Travel Blogs from Medjugorje
... 427 years, until it was destroyed on 9 November 1993 by Croat forces during the Croat–Bosniak War. Subsequently, a project was set in motion to reconstruct it, and the rebuilt bridge opened on 23 July 2004.One of the country's most recognizable landmarks, it is ...
... it is from underground or the mountains. I drank some, and it was delicious , as far as water goes. We also visited a house from the Ottoman times and some nearby waterfalls for some swimming. It was a bit chilly, but much better than the river. We played some ball after swimming by the waterfalls, and I scored brownie points with the guy from the hostel by being the only girl willing to play!
I always like to try the local food when I visit a country. I am ...
... much to do yet in the 24 hours before we leave Dubrovnik tomorrow, but I wanted to share this collage of Herzegovina with you, in photos at least.
Note: Due to time limitations and logistical challenges, I can't guarantee that all of these places will be in the final itinerary. Details of the program are still under evaluation.
... big part of local culture as it is used as a diving platform and diving competitions have been held here for generations. Edo, our host who was once a diving competitor here, tells us that you are not considered a true Mostar local until you have taken the plunge. The bridge is no joke either, the drop into the water is 65 feet.
During the war, the bridge was completely destroyed in order to break the spirit of the Bosnians, but they simply build ...
... our beers we wandered across the steep and slippery bridge to the east side, which is like a different country, mosques and bazaars and Turkish food.
We ordered a quick kebab and chips type meal and headed back to the bus just in time.
The ride home was much faster, but because of the delays at the border on the way in we didnt get home til 9.30pm, instead of the promised 6-6.30. Long day! We both really enjoyed it ...
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