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Remember I mentioned Daisy and her revenge? This evening Roisin and I, along with Beryl and Brian, popped along to the Theatre to watch the Ninja Turtles show again. The Animation Team were at the entrance to the theatre to greet the guests. Daisy stepped in front of me, a mischievous glint in her eye.
‘I have a question of you.’ she said. Oh good, I thought. Another quiz!! It turns out she wanted Roisin and I to walk through ...
... the fresh fish caught that day that they would prepare for me. A couple people had the most amazing shrimp risotto as well which was one of the richest (but tastiest) things we would try on the whole trip.
That night was our first group outing to a night club in Croatia, and the local hot spot was a place called The Cave nightclub. Creatively named because it was pretty much just that…a cave with a night club in it. When we all go there around 11pm ...
Somehow when re-organising Yugoslavia after its break-up, Bosnia scored a slice of coast separating a portion of Croatia away from the rest of the country. Travel from Mostar to Dubrovnik therefore meant that we went into Croatia, where they were only interested in Bosnian passports (interesting), into Bosnia again before re-entering into Croatia to travel along the coast to Dubrovnik.
... Men. A walled city located on a cliff overlooking the ocean and Blackwater Bay. The city
is beautiful, with its red roofed buildings, cobblestone alleyways, and ocean views, but it is not without its problems. After the death of King Robert, his tyrant son took the throne and so began the war of the 5 kings, which has not bode well for the Starks in the North. I won't reveal ...
... Vukoje Winery where we were introduced to vranac (dark horse), a very deep red, fruity wine grown in the Trebinje region. Our hostess, Juliana was animated and knowledgeable, but spoke in a soft tones, telling us that “wine doesn’t like loud voices.”
The following day, we drove through the Republic of Srpska on our way to Montenegro and immediately felt like we were in another, more foreign ...