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It’s difficult to understand Bosnia and Herzegovina; at least we think so. This is a country that has two distinct names: Bosnia and Herzegovina. But it’s important to say the full name, not just Bosnia unless you are actually in the region this is primarily occupied by Bosniaks (Muslims). For simplicity sake, we are using the …
10 hours to get here with a few stops on the way. Was a good trip on a fabulous road and lovely scenery. Eastern side of the mountain range (patches of snow) the land is fertile and lush with lots of agriculture, only small lots growing vegetables, vast forest areas with bear and wolves. Came down into this picturesque valley, lots of small vegetable lots and stalls selling ...
... water, which was lovely and refreshing. After a pleasant swim we dried off and sat on the edge of our private wall to watch the sun set while drinking red wine – a prefect way to finish a great day.
Another early morning, we had the most beautiful view as we walked out of the tent, the sea was flat as and the morning light behind the islands was beautiful – Croatia is a stunning country!
We packed up nice and quickly then went in search of ...
... parts of our beaches back in Australia. They're rocky, pebbly or the sand looks more like dirt. But it still doesn't hold me back from trying to lie on it. Every night Simon has run the "Sunset tour" where people from the hostel go to this hideaway place to watch a sunset that rivals Santorini. It was so relaxing and magestic. Last night, my last night, there were even fireworks! Completely coincidental, as they were there to mark the beginning of the ...
Next, we headed to the highlight of any trip to Croatia - the stunning Drubovnik. Dubrovnik is special - a magnificent curtain of marble streets and baroque buildings that exude a pearly light in the Adriatic sun. The old city which is the center point of the city is simply magical. It feels like an enormous castle with enormous walls including its hidden gem of hundreds of cafes, bars, ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Platani Trebinje
We stayed three nights in this comfortable, well-located hotel. It's right on the plaza where the weekly market is held. This is a good place to use as a base for day trips to Montenegro and nearby hill towns. Great restaurant, helpful and friendly staff.
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