Medjugorje, 88 266, Bosnia and Herzegovina | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Medjugorje

Visit to Mostar

A travel blog entry by mickle777 on Jun 01, 2014

1 comment, 23 photos

... the bridge has abutments of limestone linked to wing walls along the waterside cliffs. Measuring from the summer water level of 40.05 m (131 ft 5 in), abutments are erected to a height of 6.53 metres (21 ft 5 in), from which the arch springs to its high point. ...

Virgin Marys town

A travel blog entry by dormisdijana on Sep 01, 2013

4 photos

Today I was on a tour to Medjugorje and Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The first stop was Medjugorje. Medjugorje is a holy site for many Catholics. The Virgin Mary has been appearing since 1981. She appeared to 6 children and to this day it is said that she appears to them giving them spiritual messages. There are many spiritual things that happen in Medjugorje from Rosary beads changing colour to the sun spinning in the ...

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Mostar

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Aug 27, 2013

7 photos

... Mosque and Karadjoz-Bey Mosque. Unfortunately we refused to enter because we thought we wouldn't have enough money for food. Finally we regretted it because it turned out we could do both - to enter one of the mosques as well as to buy enough food for the rest of the day. Thus, we left our last marks to a poor lady begging in front of the supermarket which we generally do in each country.

What was also surprising in Mostar was the number of gipsies that was following us after ...

Mostar, Bosnia

A travel blog entry by jspence on Aug 08, 2013

... t as many people and he had gone to the effort to cook and prepare it on the stove, consequently I could not sleep and was awake playing solitaire on my iPad until 2 in the morning. It was yummy though! He taught us the traditional way of drinking it which involved a cube of sugar (also contributing to my lack of sleep) which you had to nibble off and then sip the coffee which melted the sugar in your mouth and made the bitter coffee very sweet. He told ...

Introducing Split and moving on to Mostar

A travel blog entry by sailoramy on Apr 09, 2013

5 photos

... with strong mountain/cliffs just inland of us, we forked off through mountain passes up to the boarder where i got a second stamp.

Why are passports stamped, what record does it provide for them, they scan them which i guess shows if you're wanted by the police or anything. but apart from a souvenir record of where you've been what is the benefit?

Anyway on arrival in Mostar i didn't have a ...