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... so this is really the fourth. There is a potential to visit 9 countries on this holiday: Germany, Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro, Albania, Kosovo and Macedonia. We have spent a lot of time on the road. We've seen some magnificent sights, learned of foreign cultures and history. We've laughed, prayed, explored, talked and had our fair share of mishaps! I have been impressed with each country we've had the privilege to tour. This really has been an extraordinary ...
... of the group. It was about a 7 minute walk to reach the lake (with Brydan stopping to try to kiss a park worker) and our initial view was absolutely incredibly. The site is actually 2 lakes, 1 small and 1 huge and adjoined to the ocean, connected by a tiny channel under a bridge. A large group had hired out about 30 bikes, so to kill time until they were available again myself, Issy, Callum, Tom and Lanky walked around the big lake to find a little bay to swim at, the boys ...
... on to the police station at our convenience to pick up a copy of the report. We continued on to Dubrovnik, having lost much of our day. Our hotel was our first real disappointment, as we thought it was closer to the old city, but we took a bus there n spent the rest of the day touring it all... including walking the top of the walled ramparts. Got lost taking the bus back to our hotel but eventually happened upon our ...
... tasting in France. Alas, Grgic Vina Winery was closed.
But there were other wineries to try, if only we could find one that was open. We wanted to experience the king of Croatian wines: Plavac mali produces a deep red, jammy zinfandel-esque wine that locals call "black wine." Done well, it has strong legs, which the Croatians call tears.
“Dobro došli (welcome),” said the young winemaker as he emerged from the ...
... in my trip where I have run into more tourists, and in general is a feeling I don't appreciate as I rather discovering "new" places and off the beaten track, where you can have more authentic experiences, than going to places where mass tourism is the norm. The thousands of tourist came from all walks of life: backpackers, Europeans (loads of Italians) driving there on holiday, hoards of cruise ship passengers stepping out of the ship for a few hours, ...