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Travel Blogs from Medjugorje
... Mountain is about 25 minutes drive from Mostar, the tourist destination/trap in this part of Bosnia. Around 5 o'clock the villagers bring their sheep and cows back from grazing. The bells around the their necks make up the only noise all day here. I read some of the war memorial to those killed in this area from 1992 to 1995 but had to stop after seeing a few 3 year olds listed. I really don't want to dwell ...
... before the midday sun would make it to hot out. The Old Town in Mostar is a sanctuary for architecture. The Ottomon Empire once controlled the city, and one can see their influence by seeing Mostar’s main attraction, the Old Bridge. A beautiful piece of work, the bridge stretches over a stunning river and was once tolled. The hour conversation over a free coffee with a local who lived in America for part of his life gave me insights ...
... areas in Europe, but we were very happy for it.
As we headed into Mostar, we found a Tourist Info Booth, so I ran in while Lee stayed in the car to avoid having to find parking. I was greeted by such a friendly rep called Sacha, and he told me all of the details we needed to know. We asked him about a campsite, and he said he knew exactly the place, and said that he could call the owner to see if he was available. Just as he said this a big bear of a ...
... s face engraved on it, and he touched it tenderly. It was the grave of his friend. We had seen and felt a mix of emotions on our short walk, but the raw sadness now on our host’s face betrayed the human tragedy of the battle for Mostar. He dwelt there for a few long moments before recomposing himself and purposefully standing up again.
Later, he spoke a little about his aspirations for the future: “I worked for a year and a half in The Netherlands. I did building ...
... the effects and consequences coming from war. After the war, most were either rebuilt or restored with contribution from an international committee established by UNESCO. Mostar has long been known for its old Turkish houses and Stari Most. And, I could see a coexistence of diverse culture, ethnic and religious communities living together here. There is even a China shop here as well.
The next day I went to Old Town once again. I came across ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking