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The East #2

A travel blog entry by christinec2013

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Bosnia - The Bridge, Waterfalls and Sarajevo

A travel blog entry by moons_shell

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... beers and watching some of the cricket which I had missed out on in the previous weeks. We also seen the spot that Franz Ferdinand was assassinated which is accepted by historians as the immediate cause of World War One

Day 4

3am start for a 5am flight to Athens... Ouch. Going the cheap option all the time means you will never be in an airport during the ...

MOSTAR - BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

A travel blog entry by sheppa80

75

... of stone to the precise length as before so the bridge would stay together for another 500 years or more.

Not only do the tourists now flock here to see the bridge, but also to see who jumps off the bridge. Local men perform dives off the 25 metre high bridge just as they used to hundreds of years ago. There is a competition every year to find the region’s best diver and divers from all over former Yugoslavia still come to complete for the prestige. Local divers ...

War Ravaged but Stunning

A travel blog entry by jono.anita87

9

... this area is known for in summer. Leaving our valuables on the bus we walked down to the falls and were greeted with a large green pool of clear water fed by numerous waterfalls. A dodgy looking bridge connected each side with young boys selling kayak hire at its edge. Although the water was pretty cold, it was nice to swim in freshwater for a change. We had our packed lunch on the waters edge and after an hour we made our way back up the hill to the ...

Mostar

A travel blog entry by djk_au

7

... hotel in Mostar from Tripadvisor. We took his recommendation and had a nice meal of the local specialty called Cevapcici (mixed meat platter) at Sadrvan restaurant.

Bosnia still consists of two separate sections – the one we visited is the Croatian and Muslim part while the other is the Bosnian Serb region. Clearly things are not fully smoothed over between the various ethnic groups in ...

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