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Travel Blogs from Jelsa
... John Sloley. She was a wonderful mother and good friend. I will
miss her sense of humor and her challenging mind. I will always remember her as
being the most beautiful of all the mothers when I was at school. I was so
proud she was mine. The support she has always given me for all the crazy
schemes I have done has been unwavering. 17/11/33-16/7/13 She always made me feel I could achieve anything. I miss her. ...
... the same style which is great to listen to , especially when sung under a brick vaulted ceiling on a porch as they were doing.
We've had a lot of rain the last few days so no swimming.
On our last day on Korcula we took a bus to the other end of the island which is so green, probably from all the rain! We visited Vela Luka town which is a small,port and shipyard. An attractive place and ...
... time to get back to the campsite and enjoy a swim and prepare for the next day’s sightseeing, in stark contrast to the palace, the ruins of Salona.
Salona was the original city before Split was even thought of. Situated about 6 miles inland, it was famous for its salt pans, salt being an extremely valuable commodity. Founded by ...
... take a sloooooow walk 'round the block. Nobody expects it to last forever because, well, it just wouldn't be fun for long. Crossing this street means going back to real life and strapping a familiar, time-tested persona to your face as you trip over to the house with it's four tolerant walls - waiting, without shred of judgement, for anyone who stumbles over, anytime. I inch into bed but, after an hour or two, find myself awake again.
In some corner of the room, Vid is crying.
... photos of her. I tried to get a photo of her while they were at it, but those did not turn out very well. There were lovely stacks of veggies and fruit and on the periphery there were bakeries and meat shops and clothes, jewelry and tourist trinkets. The honey always looks so appealing and I have to check out the lavender ladies tomorrow too. The produce part of the market was pretty much over on my way back. I did buy some figs ...