Travel Blogs from Medjugorje
In order to catch a train from Sarajevo to Mostar at 6.50 we had to wake up at 5.30. In the train we met with a girl from Bulgaria who we actually met the day before in the travel agency. She started speaking Spanish and mentioned she wanted to go to Mostar the next day. We told her we were gonna take a train at 6.50., she liked our idea and decided to join us. However, the next day in the morning we met her completely by accident, she just found us....destiny :) It was a really nice girl, ...
... network. We walked all through the Bosnian bunkers. There were empty shells here and there, a part of a gas mask, and **** everywhere. Its been 20 years since all that started, crazy to see the bombed out buildings in Mostar and still find bullet casings. Miran was very adamant about us keeping to the path, there were still unexploded ordinance and land mines. I took a load of photos and will try to post what I can later. On my 2nd to last day I took some time and went ...
... scars of the city which have by no means completely healed. You don’t have to travel far to see the constant reminders of the conflict which locals experience every day. Bullet holes still remain in many buildings, the local yellow buses are decorated with the Japanese flag (these were donated the city following on from the conflict) and many houses lie either empty or half finished. There are brand new houses built next to shells, some of which ...
... Johannes, we are not going to forget this. And neither will God."
"Yeah, but come on!" Patrick claps his hands, "have either of you had supper yet?"
"N-no," Johannes stutters.
"Not yet." I add.
"What luck, neither have we. C'mon!" Patrick takes Johannes' shoulder and leads him onward.
The woman looks at me, "And what is your name?"
"Welcome, Josh. I'm Nancy."
... with tourists, and we were just pretty put off by the whole thing. I am sure that the hike itself would be really worthwhile, but we obviously couldn’t do that because of Lee’s knee, so we were limited to the town itself, and it was disappointing. The Church that was there was very large and very new – probably to accommodate all of the tourists who come every day. We left after a relatively short time there and stopped by at a ...
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