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Travel Blogs from Medjugorje
... and building new ones.
During the second day of our trip we went to a beach in Croatia, in a town named Ploce. Beautiful it was! However, the beautiful scenery and cheap ice cream would be no match for the waterfalls we would go later in the week. Absolutely amazing, and even more amazing then seven years ago. Natural beauty at it's finest.
It is tough to explain Medjugorje, you must experience it. Especially during ...
... food here. It is all presented with grace and style, and it is deservedly praised by those who enjoy it. To say otherwise makes me sound uncomfortably close to the British couple in the Hotel Central. I'm just describing what is on the plate. I leave all judgement to you when you sit here and sample it yourself. But in Rebecca West's chapter on Mostar, she writes: 'For dinner, we had the trout of the place which is famous and, we thought, horrible, like ...
... to the project, culminating in massive demonstrations and back-pedalling on the part of the local officials.
Heading away from the front line, through increasingly narrow and busy streets, we arrived in the old town. This central focal point for the whole city is a tightly-knit cluster of mediaeval stone buildings jostling for space in a network of narrow cobbled lanes. As well as the social centre of Mostar, this area was also the primary focus for reconstruction ...
... is 40 metres above the
fast flowing waters, and locals often stand at the top waiting to be paid off
by foreigners to take the plunge.
We ambled round the town for most of the afternoon and
spent some time relaxing by the river. In the evening we went out to dinner
with some of the friends we had made in our hostel. Tom had a trout which was
cooked to perfection, while I had shark chops for the first time. The texture
... 1102;щаяс& #1103; в воду – она являе 90;ся отлич 85;ым допол 85;ением к атмос 92;ере царящ 77;й здесь ...