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... of euro men where saying good bye to each other. Loud and aggressive talking in a language I don't understand means, good bye I love you xxx even if it sounds like they are going to get weapons out any minute and kill each other. Sitting in a cafe now drinking ice coffee and a friendly ship waiter walks past and recognizes us. Says a quick hello and talks about his climb to the top of the mountain. He looked so happy. Glad they get leave as they work so ******* that ...
... to be a hike up a 600 year old path with loose polished rocks for a path and/or very narrow uneven steps. It was definitely not OSHA approved. It took us over an hour in the blazing heat to recall Susan’s comment as we observed we were at least another 30-45 minutes from the top. This vantage point seemed pretty scenic and we both had lost our enthusiasm for the climb so we agreed to stop, take a final picture, turn around and go back to the city. Later we found ...
... in fact in the “archipelago of Croatia.” Upon their return to the old city, the tramway group joined the others at a previously designated meeting location. At that point, Sara and Roger decided to locate a WiFi café to post the travel blog while the others chose to return to the yacht.
The group again had drinks in the cabin…bread still fresh and wonderful dipped in the rosemary/garlic olive oil purchased at the market. And, we’re already wondering ...
... of what it must be like to visit a Catholic Church like Notre Dame when you're not Catholic.
I've been trying to figure out how to tell if an Old Town is super touristy. Kotor is definitely less touristy than Dubrovnik. There's a hair salon (which would almost never cater to Tourists). There's young children playing in the street, or teenagers walking around unsupervised, which suggests that they live nearby. There's at least one grocery store ...
... to the fruit and veggie section, where we purchased beet root, San fire ( from the sea), figs and peppers. We were entertained by a stall holder who also appears in Rick Stein's cooking tours of Corfu . We proceeded through the market, tasting and bartering for the best price and concluded at the fish market where our chef had run out of cash to buy. He had to borrow 100 euros from one of the tour participants. We left the market ...