Bosnia and Herzegovina

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  • Day19

    Heading out of Cavtat

    July 6, 2017 in Bosnia and Herzegovina ⋅ ☀️ 27 °C

    Picked up a hire car this morning to drive north. Al did a champion job driving a manual left hand drive! Managed to stay on the right side of the road. More amazing coastal scenery. Boarder crossing into 🇧🇦 Bosnia & Herzegovina ( Evie- new country to pin on your map!) then headed north again looking down on lush green farming valleys. Such a contrast to the starkness of the rocky mountains.Read more

    Roslyn Brown

    This is an old city wall going up the side of a mountain- at Ston

    Beks Travels

    Not the most convenient place to build a wall. I am impressed

    Roslyn Brown

    It was up the middle of the mountain- not so convenient for the guards!

  • Day35

    Bosnien - auf dem Weg nach Dubrovnik

    May 29, 2018 in Bosnia and Herzegovina ⋅ ☁️ 21 °C

    Nach dem Krieg hat man die Grenze ganz besonders clever eingeteilt und wir haben 2 Passkontrollen in gefühlten 10 Minuten, da Kroatien ein kurzes Stück durch Bosnien-Herzegowina geteilt wird. Aber wenn man die Landschaft sieht, wollte man sich in Bosnien wohl einen schönen Streifen an der Küste sichern.Read more

    Sehr cool. Postet weiter Bilder :)

  • Day32

    Day 32: Croatia & 10 mins of Bosnia

    July 22, 2017 in Bosnia and Herzegovina ⋅ ⛅ 32 °C

    Today was a travel day. We took a bus from Dubrovnik to Zadar and then a bus to Plitvice Lakes. We caught our first bus at 8 am and got to Plitvice around 6:30 p.m. In between the bus rides, we stopped for a twenty minute break in Bosnia (that 10km we had to drive). They even stamped our passports. I bought a juice in Bosnia that I thought was orange juice, but turned out that it tasted like Sunny D, so I wasn't too disappointed when it wasn't what I thought. For some reason it's one of the only pictures I took today so I figured I'd mention it (lol) besides the route from the bus stop to our hostel.

    We ended up getting to Zadar exactly at 3:10, when our bus to Plitvice was scheduled to leave (our bus was 45 minutes late) so our hearts were racing that we were going to miss it, but turned out to be an hour late so we were lucky. I seriously don't know how we haven't missed one yet (knock on wood), but thank god we haven't.

    When we got to the hostel later (which is the best one yet!), we signed up for the communal dinner of Chili Con Carne. It was nice because we got to sit and talk with a bunch of people and then played Cards Against Humanity with a group of people for bit. We all had a good laugh and then Zoe and I even played a round of "quick play" Monopoly, but still after an hour, we weren't close to finishing so we called it (I won).
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  • Day6

    De Dubrovnik a Split

    August 17, 2015 in Bosnia and Herzegovina ⋅ ⛅ 25 °C

    5 horitas ha durado el viaje hasta Split he incluso hemos tenido que parar en la frontera con Bosnia ya que el trayecto transcurre por este país durante media hora. Con el DNI español parece que tienes un pase VIP, todo sea dicho.

    La verdad es que la costa dálmata es espectacular, con paisajes idílicos e islas y mas islas. Por si fuera poco a una hora y media de llegar a Split nos hemos acercado a un conjunto de montañas espectaculares que atraviesas mediante un túnel infinito de 5 kilómetros.

    Total, ya estamos en Split, una gran ciudad que pensamos ver ahora mismo en cuanto nos peguemos una ducha. Ni rastro dw tormentas, por cierto.
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    Bien!! os dejaron pasar sin pasaporte ;-) Ahora a seguir disfrutando ^_^

    Marisa Solano

    Jajajaja si! El guardia entra en el bus con el sello del pasaporte pero solo se lo pone a los de fuera de la UE, si es que mira que no fiaros de mi... Está todo controlado!! XD


    Jajaja eso se lo debéis a los soldados españoles que hicieron un buen papel en las fuerzas de la ONU

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  • Day11


    March 25, 2018 in Bosnia and Herzegovina ⋅ ⛅ 11 °C

    Und wie erwartet gab es sogar an beiden Grenzen Kontrollen der Pässe. Beide Kontrolle liefen aber recht problemlos ab, sodass wir nach kurzer Zeit unsere Fahrt fortsetzen konnten.
    Schade, dass wir selber kein Auto mehr haben, die Landschaft ist echt geil, sodass ich sicherlich das ein oder andere Mal angehalten hätte.Read more

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