Travel Blogs from Medjugorje
... too much wind. We left at 10am from Makarska, however with no warning. Some guy from another boat, jumped on as we were just pulling away! He had to ride with us to the next port. Lucky none of our guys missed the boat cause they never would have lived it down!We were on our way to Brac (c hatty thing again(ch)) today to the town of Bol. Had a swim/Bomb stop in the harbour which was very refreshing. The town of Bol is renowned for its beach. Beautiful golden ...
"Well, I'm heading up to Ukraine and Poland before Iceland, but that's probably as much of Eastern Europe as I'll see."
"Okay, anyway, just putting it out there."
"Cool, will think about it."
Johannes' truck weaves undelicately over an unspecified amount of potholes and general inconsistencies in the Bosnian highway. Near-clifftop roads are beelined. Cows are avoided. Children leap from-and-back-to ...
... to us, which served very hearty Bosnian fare and gave us free schnapps (43%, yikes, that burns!). Everything is also super cheap, less than half the price of Croatia - we ate like kings for 5€ each, and had a private twin room with AC and a TV for 11€ each! And yes, the Old Bridge is certainly a marvel - I do wish that we had the time to stick around and see the occasional divers who jump into the river waaaaaay below, or that we were there ...
... br> was nice to look over at the bridge. After that Lynne and Graeme
accompanied me to the post office where I mailed my cards after
forgetting to at first - plus I still had to address them. Lynne and
Graeme were very patient. Both they and I got more money. Then we split as
they were going to the pharmacy to get something for Lynne's eyes and I
wanted to do some shopping. Which I did. The prices here seemed ...
... somehow she missed hospitality school before she started inviting people to pay her for a place to stay. She was definitely the most impolite person I have ever met but other than that everything was great and it was well worth the money! It was about a 30 minute walk down the coast from her house to the city's "old town". I obviously had no idea what to expect when I reached the old town and came upon what I thought was a castle or a museum ...