Herceg Etno selo Medjugorje
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... it. 18m drop into 11 degree water, brrrrrrrr.
... is a club of bridge jumpers who collect money from tourists to jump from the bridge. It is about 25m high. Tourists can pay to jump, but have to take a course first because people die. We got to watch two people jump. I think they must be a bit crazy to do it. The river is also only 10 degrees, so it is not pleasant to be in!
The tour took us to a the source of the freshest water in Europe. It comes from inside a cave, and it has not been explored enough to ...
One of the joys of my job is the surprises embedded in visiting parts of the planet that carry with them images and identities that have been warped by dramatic and sometimes tragic events that have captured the attention of the whole world.
Such was the case as I traveled with Scott through Herzegovina the past couple of days. My time is limited - ...
... heading on to Doboj. Hope the AC in their little rental Opel is up to the task of a four hour drive in this heat!
Mostar was the most bombed city in Bosnia during the Balkan war and it shows. Many abandoned buildings, some in very rough shape, can be seen everywhere. The well restored old town centers on a river and is famous for the Stari Most, a bridge from the Ottoman times that is one of the best known visuals in all of Bosnia.
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... that only happened 20 years ago.
We had a beer in a restaurant by the river, over looking the famous 'Old Bridge'. It is absolutely beautiful. The old bridge was first built in 1558, but got blown up in the 90's and rebuilt to look identical to the original in 2006. So really it's a relatively new bridge..
Every half hour or so one of the Mostar diving team jumps off- quite cool to see. It's very high up!
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