Hostel Lena

Trk Ivana Krndelja br.16, Mostar, 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mostar

The Balkans

A travel blog entry by melrobertson


... day we had in Tirana we spent talking to people back home then heading to the Natural History Museum. There wasn't a lot to see as most of the stuff in it had been stolen during the war/communist period but was interesting in its own way. Sim managed to get caught out for trying to use his expired student card. He now considers it a challenge to try and get in somewhere and only having to pay the student price. His been pretty successful overall. After we did the free ...

Montenegro to Bosnia & Herzegovina

A travel blog entry by ericjon97


... border crossings. It seemed like too many for one bus ride. We left Montenegro, crossed into Croatia, then into Bosnia, then back into Croatia, then back into Bosnia again. The whole journey took about five hours and we ended up in Mostar at 8pm. I found my hostel very easily, it was only a three minute walk from the bus station.

I found Majda’s Hostel and it is one of the most welcoming hostels I’ve ever been to. Majda greeted me at the ...

Bosnia - The Bridge, Waterfalls and Sarajevo

A travel blog entry by moons_shell


... had ham cheese and some sort of meat in it which we didn’t dare ask what it was. It was delicious though.

From here we went to a churchy little town which is apparently a big Christian tourist attraction. Not really my cup of tea so cant really tell you much about it but apparently 6 nuns seen the mother mary up on one of the hills near the town. They are ...

Back to Hercegovina

A travel blog entry by rlttours


... Mountain is about 25 minutes drive from Mostar, the tourist destination/trap in this part of Bosnia. Around 5 o'clock the villagers bring their sheep and cows back from grazing. The bells around the their necks make up the only noise all day here. I read some of the war memorial to those killed in this area from 1992 to 1995 but had to stop after seeing a few 3 year olds listed. I really don't want to dwell ...

Waterfalls in Mostar

A travel blog entry by katevoss


... Anyway, we then jumped back in the van and headed off to our next stop, on the way pumping some loud turbo folk (yes, it is super fast modern folk music as the name suggests). Our next stop was the most anticipated for us all (also the only place we knew of on the tour) which was the Kravice Falls (apparently Kravice actually means small cow in Bosnian) which are some gorgeous waterfalls high up on a mountain ...

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