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Rujište (travel post) (putopis)

Tko bi rekao da se samo 25 km od Mostara može pronaći ovaj planinarski raj? Rujište me oduševilo (bila sam tamo predprošlog ljeta). U zadnje vrijeme postaje popularno za skijanje, ali ja kao što je jedna prodavačica sportske opreme u Splitu dok smo pokušavali uzajamno shvatiti koje nas je to skije prijatelj zamolio da mu kupimo  rekla " Ja se po snijegu znam samo valjati." Potpisujem tu njenu izjavu, nisam nikako za snijeg (bila sam među onim Splićanima koji su se dobro razbili kad je napadalo snijega, srećom nisam ništa slomila) ali tko voli  nek izvoli. Priroda je ovdje svakako prekrasna i preporučujem da posjetite ovo mjesto, a i motel snježna kuća ostao mi je u dobrom sjećanju.

Another travel post it is...and we're staying in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Only 25 km from Mostar you can find this mountain paradise. Rujište is a mountain with an altitude of 1,703 metres (5,587 ft). Anyway, you might have noticed that I have a thing for mountains. As long as there is no poor Mediterranean blood absolutely cannot stand water in any shape and form but the liquid one. This place is really stunning and I do recommend a visit.


  1. Kako je lepo! :) Obožavam ove tvoje postove :)

  2. beautiful landscape, have to come to visit your country

  3. Oh, how beautiful! The view is simply breathtaking and mountains look gorgeous! oh, how I want to visit this place someday, thank you for sharing:)
    Have a fabulous time!

  4. Joj,ti uvijek po nekim predivnim mjestima!

  5. Ovo izgleda divno... prije posjeta BIH, treba na tvoj blog pa si napraviti plan putovanja ;)

  6. Amazing pictures again...

    Have a nice weekend!!!


  7. I love your travel posts Ivana. You always visit amazing places.
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark

  8. Oo, like I see you have a nice time. I loove travelling. xa

  9. What a view!!! These pictures are beautiful :)


  10. Could be in the Bavarian mountains, too, it looks so similar there :)

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena


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