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... down we headed to the square for the morning market to pick up fresh produce for home. The wind had picked up considerably and the stall umbrellas were beginning to blow away. It was chaos, they were trying to pack up, hold down umbrellas and sell what they could in a hurry, and then the rain began lightly.
By the time we got home, via the bakery, we had moments to spare and down it came.
After lunch Larraine and I headed to the laundrette ...
... on our bikes and amazing value. The built in GPS has been invaluable and stopped alot of discussions about which way to go!! So off we head to Geneva airport making sure we stay in France to get there so we don't get stung for the Swiss Fee to drive on their highways, we do take a wrong turn and end up in Switzerland for a few km's along back roads and there is a noticeable difference. Smooth drop off - what ...
... on to find ourselves winding down the roads of Dubrovnik, skirting the old town surrounded by the steep stone walls. Our host, Divo, who would help us to our apartment when we arrived, recommended a public car park to park in. Well after one lap of the one-way single lane town we realized we’d missed the turn off. So another 20 minute lap of the crowded town, we found our way to a sharp left hand turn down a narrow laneway we wouldn’t consider a 'road’ ...
... to tourist information to see what was around of interest to see. We ended up walking through the old palace and seeing the different gates. We had a bit of a walk through the city and then found a cafe with wifi so we could book some of the next parts of our trips. Melanie and Nancy were going to be travelling through the Balkans as well but were looking at heading to places we had already been to. We made our way back to the boat for dinner and then had a few beers up ...
... long ago - it could have been so hellish.
There are several museums and memorials dedicated to recollections of the conflict - which is referred to here as the 'Homeland War,' or less diplomatically as the 'War of [Serbian] Aggression.' By far the most gripping exhibition is at War Photo Limited - which tells the story through photographs. The look of pure fear and despair and grief - up close - in the eyes of civilians and soldiers alike, ...