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Today started off quite busy. Brian and I needed to go down to the Harbour Masters office to get the paperwork done for the yacht, and to see what it time it was to be ready. It is a good walk to the marina, especially going down the 169 steps. The girls were all ready to go down town and hit the shops. They were also going to make an appointment for at a masseur as I had kinked my neck at the Moulin Rouge, and it has been quite sore ever since.
By the time ...
... grateful to the many of them who went out of their way to make us feel welcome.
After my experience in this beautiful place, it completely breaks my heart whenever I think about the fact that it was completely ravaged by a brutal war only twenty years ago. There’s a sad, sad history behind this country, and while it might be lost on the people of the younger generation, there is definitely a cultural scar that has been slashed in to the minds of ...
... Not what one expects from Yoga. We might just do our own Yoga routine in the coming days. After getting cleaned up, we walked along the promenade to Dioclynes' Palace built by a 'retired' Roman Emperor in 300 AD. He considered himself the son of Jupiter and built a Palace worthy of his heritage. It took approximately 11 years to build (a fantastic accomplishment) and killed 2000 slaves to get it done. That combined with his ...
... there are shared kitchens and common rooms. In spite of the risk of sharing with snoring and ******* giant Australian teenagers. The hostel is run by a brassy, gritty Croatian woman and her chain smoking daughter who was instructed by her mother to carry my suitcase up the 5 flights of stairs. My protests were ignored but I confess to being secretly very grateful.
... the U.S.
Drive down the highway and it looks like the most expensive, refurbished, beautiful highway you’ve ever been on.
Go to a restaurant, any run of the mill - mid-ranged price restaurant - and it is like some high end restaurant in the U.S.
Croatia is a lot of things. A country about to be a full member of the EU, a country on the verge of tourist explosion, a country of beautiful, scenic, inspirational places, a country full ...