Pansion Ivanka Barac-Medjugorje
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... we were taken to positelj an ottoman walled town on the banks of the Buna. It was a beautiful place, but of course in this part of the world has a tragic recent past. From a prewar population of 132, today less than 30 remain and the future of the town is looking very dim. There have been recent attempts to restore the ruins, but money has run out, so the only evidence is some dangerous half finished attempts to build some modern facilities. It was a great place ...
... held every summer. The first person to jump from the bridge since it was re-opened was Enej Kelecija, a local who now resides in the United States.
... coffee with the German girl because we lost the girl from Bulgaria. At 11.45 we said goodbye to each other and went to catch our bus.
When we reached the bus station we met the girl from Bulgaria who just wanted to say bye to us. We exchanged our contacts and separated. Maybe we'll meet her again, this time in Sofia where she comes from.
Our bus was late and it arrived at 13.00. It cost us BAM 32 per person and BAM 2 for luggage. It took us only 2 hours to get to ...
... through town (very slowly, it was reaching 40C!!) and checked out some shops, the mosque, and even a small market where we were able to but some local liquers. Slowly we made our way back, managed to see one more person jump off, and then met up with our group and headed out of town.
One more stop found us at an old Roman ruin not far out of town, which was at a very high clifftop – ambitious climb at this temperature! Alas, it was worth ...
Flooding, rain and the late winter forced us north instead of east (so no Dracula's castle for Jenny and no Transfăgărășan for Brian). We spent just a couple of days in Bosnia on our way to Hungary. Bosnia is still obviously recovering from a long and destructive period. Roads are tired and potholed, infrastructure is lacking and people seem to be struggling. The landscape in places is, however, beautiful.