The catholic Croats are proud of “their” Medjugorje, and they often go there. But as some humorists say: Now to something completely different.
To do it the other way around, going from Medjugorje to East Mostar (meaning east of the former front line, the Muslim part) is not all that easy. No consistent rumors about buses, I don’t want to hitchhike (like I did before) with all the baggage, so I splash out 30 DM for a taxi. “What is the name of the street again? But that is in East Mostar”, the Croat driver says. He absolutely refuses to cross what is commonly called "the invisible wall", the completely destroyed former frontline.