Adriatiq Hotel Faraon
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... which turned Yugoslavia back in to many independent countries. It cost around 10 million dollars to restore this historic site. Modern Mostar is a collection of bombed out buildings next to modern malls and take out food. Still unrest in the area which was evident from the graffiti. So much to learn and so little time. Thankfully we are going out on the sailboat tomorrow. I'll be able to think about all we have seen and listen to the experiences of our friends as we ...
... and then a right.
So we did. We went a Kilometer, then turned right and started climbing back up the mountain to the town we had got fuel. About 20k away. Madi made it back up through the twists and turns without being sick. And we found the entrance to the tollway. We watched the signs say Ploce, which i knew was just before the border, because you can catch a car ferry and go around the whole Neum Corridor, Bosnia thing.
Just when I thought, maybe we ...
... l'époque vénétienne. Il y a des petites statues partout, en particulier des statues nues accrochées en haut des bâtiments! C'est un peu étrange, très drôle, et une excellente occasion de se promener le nez à l'air pour en trouver d'autres. :)
Le hasard a fait que c'est aussi à Korčula qu'est arrivé l'anniversaire de Petra. Pour fêter ça nous voulions aller au restaurant, mais il n'y en avait pas beaucoup d'ouverts, et en fin de compte nous nous sommes arrêtés ...
I was awakened this morning by the drumming of rain on the awning outside my window. The weather was more bleak than usual, so our trip to Mijet was cancelled. As we were to travel there by open boat and the seas were huge, no-one was very concerned about a change. Instead we took the bus to Vela Luka, at the southernmost tip of Korcula. A large township is situated on a very ...
... came upon oncoming traffic and there were a few rounds of applause for Andrej before the day was out!
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Walking into the reception we were greeted with great expanses ...