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... Zafira, a small diesel station wagon with ample room for our baggage (important) and us (less important). With ALL of our luggage now stowed, we headed south from Split, hugging the coast, and stopped for a picnic at a beautiful cove along the sea. It was interesting that we could look directly across the water to the island of Brac, where we continued south and finally east to Bosnia-Herzogovina and the town of Mostar, in the area ...
... being the Bosnian Muslims (Bosniaks) on one side and Bosnian Serb groups on the other, with the support of Radovan Karadžić, the President of the Republika Srpska. Karadžić had been a psychiatrist before becoming a politician. He was also indicted for crimes against humanity and is his trial at the International Criminal Court is still ongoing.
This part of the overall conflict in the region was undoubtedly the largest and ...
... some more figs which we found on a tree nearby. Honestly it's amazing. Fig and pomegranate trees just everywhere. The very fruit that is the priciest in all the shops at home and in the UK - which Teo had a wee chuckle to when we told him how much people pay for each. He left us to walk up to the abandoned fort at the top of the city wall, which he assured us was safe to climb to the top. It was bloody hot by this time so it was a bit of a sweaty climb but definitely worth the ...
... I beg you to erase it and forgive... 21/05/2014 15:57:50: Davor Couchsurfing Zagreb: You know best what happened and are the only one qualified to judge about my remorse and sincerity so I don't see how your friends will help in making a decision... 21/05/2014 16:13:33: Davor Couchsurfing Zagreb: My guests are asking me where is my profile...Christine please...show some mercy...I beg you.. 21/05/2014 16:27:19: Davor Couchsurfing Zagreb: Chris I've shown my guests your ref ...
... openings on the ocean side which use the wind and waves to play sounds that resemble an organ. Since the ocean never stops moving there is a constant sounds of music for people to hear that is completely natural. Very cool!! We snapped some pictures and walked the rest of the main square before piling back into our car and continuing south down the coastal highway for Split.
We decided to take a stop in a town called Sibenek which was an hour or two south ...
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