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... waterfalls at the Kravice National Park and they are spectacular. These falls cascade over a large area and pour over caves and lagoons. I knew the water would be cold, but the shock once I jumped in was insane. A large group of us jumped in away from the falls and then swam the short distance toward them. By the time I had reached the first place people chose to climb up the falls, my feet were numb, I was freezing, and ready to get out of the water for good. I waited ...
... very little about what happened in this area of the world. Our guide, Jeke, was 17 when the war broke out, so he was able to give us a first hand account of what happened. He first took us to the mountain with the cross looking down on Mostar, and explained a bit about the west and the east sides of the town, consisting of Croats and Bosnians respectively. He explained that the Croatian minority was largely Christian, and the cross on the mountain was erected after the war by ...
... there (they're mainly in the north-east anyway, near the boarder wiry Serbia), it was a dry flat hot. Which I'm not complaining about, I love the warmth! The old town is super cute too. It had little stalls with loads of Turkish style things. I suppose now is a good time to comment on this area, I can't remember if I have already... hmm. But this area of Europe is where all cultures meet - the west, mainly catholic/Christian; the east, mainly Turkish Muslim; and the other ...
... War where nearly 100,000 people died. And it is said the tactics and methods of war they used were the worst seen since Hitlers Nazi Germany. Crazy to think this happened in my lifetime and this is the first time I have read into it and started to learn about it. Anyways my main point of going to Bosnia was to see if i had the balls to jump off the famous old bridge in ...
... 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 ...
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