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... In the late afternoon we came back to the ship for a jacuzzi and nanna nap before donning our glam gear to have dinner with the second officer (from Manchester) and 6 others - an Aussie couple and two American couples. All super lovely and interesting. Even though the age group on this cruise is a little further into their dotage than we would have preferred, we haven't met anyone that isn't lively, fun and passionate about ...
... t just opened up to me, she's opened up to everyone now, I think it's awesome for her, since she lost Stacey, Priya and Charla who were her three best friends on the trip.
We can only handle the "beach" for so long, the group splits up. Half return to the mainland, I stay on the island with some of the others and we explore, Bear Grylls style. We find a cool little spot to do some cliff jumping, it doesn't interest me but everyone else has a go. I contemplate attempting ...
... able to walk after the previous day being in the bus. A group of us ate at a restaurant by the sea tonight and Ron and I both had the local mussels, delicious in a tomatoe, capsicum sauce, huge bowl of about twenty mussels. We also visited the Cave Bar, really unique on the edge of a cliff they have cut out what was a natural cave and developed it into a bar. The walls have small ...
We went by bus to the Franciscan Monastery and church in Kuna. It was along a very narrow road and some of the corners were a bit daunting, plus we climbed up quite a way before then going down.
The original part of church was built in the 14th century then it was enlarged in 17/18th. The monastery has 2 monks/ priests. There was a statue outside of John Paul 2 - in Croatian he is Ivan Paulo 2.
One of the farmers ...
... part of the economy. They tried very hard at the coffee shop to make us welcome. It was still raining, but the beauty of the area was obvious. The hills go right down into the sea. There are many inlets, and the road has to follow the coastline up each valley and back out again, as they cannot afford to build bridges.
We drove up beside the Neretva, through some pretty dismal scenery, then stopped at the 15th century town of Poitelj on a high hill overlooking the river. ...